Travel Blogs from Charles Town
... my boarding pass online so all I had to do was hand over my luggage, whereas they had to go through the actual check in process, hence the two lines. They still looked confused, but at that point I realized that the kiosk wasn't open yet anyway so the parentals and I retired to a nearby bench to people-watch until the kiosk opened. (Sidenote: Thanks for taking me to the airport, Mom & Dad! Love you ...
... him. On the way to the airport we needed to pick up Dr. Ryder from Fredericksburg so I had to give Mike some directions. While being the guide I got to talk with Professor Breitenberg. I only have interacted with the professor in the classroom so it was nice to talk with him. One thing that I learned about Prof. B is he is always trying to teach you a lesson. We just were chatting about careers and school and he gave ...
... spent browsing the shelves at Blockbuster with my friends after school. In my town when I was growing up, the local Blockbuster was conveniently located right next to the Little Caesar's pizza shop. (It did not occur to me until my later years that this was intentional. As a child, I believed it was my first glorious brush with fate.) And every Friday night, and sometimes on Tuesdays if we were really good, Mom would take Brother and I ...
... I lost my old one. I just grabbed the cheapest brand Boots had, but it is actually a really cute color. Should have gotten more.
The flight was blah. Not horrible, but obviously not fun. I did the math and figured out that my flight home is 6 minutes shorter than a standard Program Office shift, yet somehow the flight seemed twice as long as any shift, even the ones that ran until 3AM. It also didn't help that my cold got worse today; I ...
... cut I wanted, she said, “Oh…yeah, we’re not going to do that. But trust me, it will look good.” And it does look good, better than I imagined it would. And if you mention I sent you, we both get a free haircut. Sa-WEET!
Today roomie asked me how I’m feeling about this trip. Excellent question. How am I feeling? Nervous, obviously. Not looking forward to the flight at all, ...
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