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Elizabeth Jones
Attended University of Maryland
Lives in Baltimore, MD
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Watch mom's belly grow while dad (Tom Fletcher from McFly!) sings an original song.
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Process Development, Cross-Functional Team Leadership, Project Management
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Baltimore, MD
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Mechanicsville, MD - Murfreesboro, TN
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I'm a weird combination of people...or so I'm told.
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I'm a Baltimoron, a student of Buddhism, meditation teacher, downhill mountain bike racer, who occasionally rides uphill (ie, xc). I also like to run, snowboard, practice yoga, lift weights, cook, garden, and practice needlecraft and fiber arts. I'm a mother and wife and when I'm not busy doing all of those things, I’m chronicling my adventures in proving that less is more. You can follow me on my blog online at I Could Sew Do That!

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Winner: 2012 Gravity National Championships
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  • University of Maryland
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I went for a friend's birthday and had a blast. Please note: cash only. The skates are a little old and beat up, but the price was right and I wasn't there to show off, just have fun. Mission accomplished!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've eaten here several times. The staff is always friendly, the restaurant clean and the service quick. I love that I can choose a pre-made, healthy, vegetarian dish or if I'm feeling creative, make whatever I want.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Half price crab cake night is my favorite to go. The crab cakes are so big that my husband and I share a platter. The crab soup and margaritas are always amazing too. I can't comment on the other food because I've never made it past their delicious crab cakes and soup. Yum!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
When my husband and I first moved to Baltimore about 5 years ago it took a long time to find good Thai food. We were lucky to have a good restaurant near our house, but then it closed. We were so depressed about the loss fo our favoriate restaurant that we were reluctant to even try a new place. We finally got around to trying this restaurant earlier this week and we were really surprised by how nice it really is. No one was parked out front so we had 6 empty parking spaces to choose from (good start). The restaurant was spacious and the walls covered with wood paneling, really charming. Everyone was extremely attentive and friendly and helpful in choosing from the selection of Thai beer available. The food was delicious and we really enjoyed our drunken noodles with scallops and the Tom Yum Goong soup was as delicious as I've ever had. My husband and I really enjoyed the food and we look forward to returning soon and are so happy to have found a new Thai home.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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My daughter and I attend the Prayers for World Peace and Brunch (Peace and Pancakes) on most Sundays and really enjoy the meditation, teaching and delicious breakfast. Everyone is very friendly and the atmosphere is relaxing.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I've eaten here many, many times and I love everything I've ever head from hemp milk chai pancakes and vegetarian sausage to the tuna sandwhich and white beer.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
About 6 months ago I began experiencing frquent migraine headaches. My physician recommended medication for immediate relief, supplemented by acupuncture and massage therapy for long term healing. I have been migraine free for the last three months. I am so thankful for the soothing, healing massage experience that allowed me to be pain free without relying on prescription drugs.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago