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... and live life to the fullest! Right you are...I certainly did NOT have to go to CHINA to achieve this, but why not? The opportunity arose and I went for it. So...this is the next step on MY journey please feel free to tag along. This travel log is mainly for ME as it helps me to capture and preserve my experiences...so be patient and enjoy the ride. Me...I am hoping for a cool spell in good old Fuzhou!
Well...I am going back! Some of you may ...
... each other anyway and I was trying to make peace-actually he doesn’t care for ANYONE but himself-so I will not dwell on it! We gave the cookies to Bob, upstairs here, who has no family. Later we were off to Kristin’s and lots of people there. They had ordered Chinese Food-they do that a lot for gatherings—they had enough to feed us for 3 days and then someone else brought four 9x12 inch pans of Italian stuff, and later enough cookies to feed us ...
... so stopped there to get tickets for next Saturday to see the Dr Jeckel and Mr Hyde play. When I checked my mail found this from son John. woke up in hospital yesterday and don't know what happened. Laura was fixing dinner and found me on couch slumped over could not find a pulse she called 911 . i don't remember any of it just waking in hospital. says i peed my pants and all. will find out more today when she stops by to check on me. Laura is his ...
Afterwards we went to visit 'The House with the Seven Gables'. You may have heard of the book based on the house written by Nathaniel Hawthorne (he also wrote The Scarlett Letter). This was really cool. It was owned by Nathaniel's second cousin and is a Colonial Mansion from the 1600's, complete with secret staircase.
Also on the property was Nathaniel's home where he ...
... that, finally back to the entrance and found our elevator and off to the 52nd floor to the Top of the Hub. We were still early so walked around and checked out the view – it is dark by now and the city is beautiful. I have been here long enough now that I can pick out where most things are. I tried to take some pictures but the windows made them blurry-darn. We finally relaxed in the foyer chairs and waited for our friends. In a few minutes they had arrived and ...