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... granite to remember flight 93. We decided to go in! Inside was a memorial dedicated to all the victims of 9/11. It opened on September 11th, 2011 on top of the world trade center in Baltimore. It was very humbling to see all the heroic faces of 9/11. After leaving the memorial and museum we continued to USCGC Taney, a ship used by the United States Coast Guard. The ship was constructed in 1935 by the US Coast Guard. Beginning in 1937 the ships home ...
... was not feeling well and I was happy to curl up in bed...so as sad as it sounds we headed back after the third. We had an interesting walk back to the station where we realized there was little to no street lighting and the station looked like it was locked...thankfully we found another entrance and were back on our way to hotel comfiness.
For the Record our seats: Section 126 Row 14 Seat 1&2
Red Sox 12 - Orioles 3
... They were very similar to the bins that I had crammed all of my possessions into when I was packing my car for the road trip, the same bins that had saved some of my possessions when the flood came. I could hear sounds coming from inside of each one, and they were familiar sounds. The voices of my Maryland friends, and of painful East Coast memories were echoing eerily with reverberation from each bin, as if the sounds originated a thousand feet deep. They were crying out to ...
... herself, avoiding direct eye contact. Then she left. A little boy walked over two seconds later and looked up at me, tugging on my khakis. "Isn't it true that if you celebrate Halloween, God sends you to hell?" I just stared down at him for several awkward seconds, watching thick, glowstick-colored snot slide down in globs from his nose like the slime of a dying slug and into his open mouth. What have I gotten myself into?
Many years have passed since my ...
... another go. Chris let me live in his basement for free knowing that I was completely broke, and in more ways than monetarily. Of all the people I've known during the course of my life, Chris is one of the single most genuine. He is a person with a truly golden heart. Don't get me wrong, he can be incredibly crass sometimes, not to mention annoying to the point of absolute lunacy. And I mean pure, unadulterated lunacy. The kind that is impossible ...
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