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... time I leave Honduras, as the more time I spend there,
the closer I become to my friends, who are really more like family. It does
feel like each time I leave, I leave a small part of myself there, which is why
I never feel quite whole until I go back.
This, along with the fear that something might happen to someone I care about, as every time
I leave, I never know who I will not get to see again. I don’t know how they do
it. Losing people ...
... it was only another 15 minutes or so until everything else was delivered, and both girls made their connecting flights on time. We made it through the last of the security checks, and found Robert, Matt's family, and Julia's dad. They were all very happy to see us and we then said our goodbyes to each other. Well, except Xiao Hua since we still had to drive her home. Quick dinner at Burger King on the way back, which by the way, was FREEZING inside, and then we made our ...
... with Gary (a Jamaican shuttle driver we met when we flew here from LAX) to take us all to Jersey City. Well there was a major traffic jam on the freeway and apart from changing lanes all the time - you might get one car length ahead you know and then when we got out of the jam he took off - bloody hell he was VERY erratic - we were all very relieved to arrive at Jersey City 2 hours later!
A few drinkies then ...
... children can enjoy, and just presents them information which is suitable for them. It also protects them using their company unsavory players, too.
Illuminate the screen. Games in abandoned buildings or dark caves can produce awesome ambiance, nevertheless it won't help you perform better. Having a muted screen you will find it hard to identify objects and colours while you play your games. Improving the brightness may modify the feel of your game but it might ...
... my trip. I can't believe that I only have 19 days left before I get on a plane and start putting my nursing clinical skills to use while also whipping out my Spanish speaking skillage. I can tell that I'm getting more and more excited as the days pass and as things begin to slow down. Today, I even practiced taking blood pressure manually on my dad since it's been so long since I have taken blood pressure not via ...