Train - Homesick
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Train - Homesick
Many years ago, a friend from Austin and I were taking the train from New York to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to see another friend in a play. When we stopped in Philadelphia for a half hour, my friend leapt from his seat and as he was leaving the train said he was going to get us pretzels.
Lisa Fain is a James Beard award-winning writer who loves to cook. A seventh-generation Texan, she was indeed homesick during the two decades she lived in New York City, but the call of home recently brought her back to the Lone Star State. Her work has been featured in many publications, and she is the author of several cookbooks, including her latest,Queso! Regional Recipes for the World's Favorite Chile-Cheese Dip. Follow her at: Instagram / Twitter / Facebook/ Pinterest
Todd Waters (AKA Adman) caught a westbound train to freedom on July 7, 2017. Todd was embraced by his rail riding, dumpster diving hobo family as their King in 2004, and by his Fortune 500 clients for brilliant and audacious marketing campaigns that earned him fame, wealth and nine "Best in World" honors. He was kind, soft spoken, courageous and wickedly funny an adventurer fiercely loyal to his family, his legion of wildly diverse friends, and to all humankind. His motto was "Everyone Matters."
Make no mistake the hobos never viewed Todd as some fly by night, cake eating, Lake Minnetonka phony. To them, he was a true brother, leader and Railroad Security dodger whose advocacy helped sustain the annual Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa, along with Britt's famed Hobo Museum and the Hobo Cemetery. Hobos never retire, but Todd took his last train ride to Britt in 2012 and got arrested.
On his home writing table, Todd carved a saying: "Look," said God, "I wanted you the way you are and no different. You were a wanderer in my name and wherever you went you brought the settled folk a little homesickness for freedom."
Early in 1976, a freight train hit Todd squarely in the heart when he met young Dori Molitor. He was smitten, knocked off his feet and totally bewildered by a love that lasted through five years of dating, 16 successful years as business partners and 37 ridiculously happy years of marriage. Along the way came their daughter, Alexandra, and son, Andrew, who have made them both incredibly proud.
Iggy Iguanodon - The Pteranodon family continues their World Tour and meets Iggy Iguanodon, a funny chap who shows them his unique way of walking while leading our family to some white cliffs where Dad is very excited to fish and dine! Shiny Can't Sleep - Shiny gets homesick while the Pteranodon family is away from home on their World Tour. She cannot sleep, so Mr. Pteranodon takes her around the Dinosaur Train and they observe the train at night and the activities of various nocturnal creatures.
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Lyrics:First verseI never will forget the day I left my home, Just to roam Anywhere, didn't care, Had the trav'ling fever on my brain. I never thought I would regret that awful day, But now I must confess I've got to step right up and say.ChorusI've got the homesickness blues, Landlord's waitin' for the rent, (And I ain't got a cent,) Wild weepin' blues, Financial embarassment. (Discontent) Ev'rytime I hear a railroad train (Whistle) It reminds me of my home again, And tho' I try to refuse, I just can't shake off those homesickness blues. I've got the homesickness blues, Landlord's waitin' for the rent, (And I ain't got a cent,) Wild weepin' blues, Financial embarassment. (Discontent) Ev'rytime I hear a railroad train (Whistle) It reminds me of my home again, And tho' I try to refuse, I just can't shake off those homesickness blues.Second verseI never thought that any one could feel so blue, But It's true, When you're broke people poke up their noses and just pass you by. And when you feel as if you'd like to be alone, You find you haven't even got a place where you can moan. (Chorus)
Summer camp is intended to be a fun and enriching experience for kids. There are opportunities for exploration, creativity, and personal growth. However, for about as long as camp has been a part of the cultural landscape, staff have had to help some kids handle a little homesickness.
One of the huge advantages of the camp experience is the sheer range of activities you can introduce kids to. The way you train your staff to handle homesickness should reflect this. Help them to recognize they can utilize activities to address the issues homesick kids are going through. 041b061a72