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Washington DC - The President's Palace

Since I’m sitting here waiting for my flight to SFO at Dallas Love Field Airport, I might as well kill some time and tell you about my short trip to the District of Columbia. 562 more words

Blog

Brooklyn Bridge

Not every excursion has to cost a lot of money or time. Since we try to keep a strict monthly budget our fun money sometimes gets exhausted on one particular afternoon activity, and thus we need to be creative and plan local outings for the rest of the month. 246 more words

Travel

17/09/17 - Six hours!

I’ve just got home to London after the longest drive ever back from Cardiff. Six hours!! Six long long hours on my own in the car whilst hungover. 26 more words

Travel

Abolitionist Sojourner Truth and Rutgers' 1st Black Graduate James Carr Have Buildings Named After Them on Campus

via jbhe.com

Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey has renamed its College Avenue Apartments to honor Sojourner Truth. Born into slavery, Sojourner Truth became a leading abolitionist and advocate for women’s rights. 155 more words

U.S.

Percy Warner Park trail run

One of the best places to walk/run/hike in Nashville is Percy Warner Park. And there, a well-known location is “the stairs.” A friend of mine and I met there a few days ago and that’s where our trail run started. 294 more words

Society

Taking the Blinders Off

Sometimes the day, the week can’t end fast enough. Sometimes it’s impossible to wait until the end of the story; the anticipated sunset. I had to walk out side to catch a breath. 173 more words

Personal Essay