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... of college. I've never wanted anything more in my entire life but there is a nagging sensation that keeps telling me to forget about it and stay curled up with my dog and safe surroundings instead.
I leave in twenty-one short days and I have to make it enough time. Enough time to do the obvious, such as pack, organize, and prepare, but also enough time to decide which career path to choose ...
... for me." She said, I don't think so, I think we're sold out tonight." Then she looked, and sure enough it was there. She said, "How'd you do that?" Then she saw my profile...Aha, IHG Rewards Platinum Elite, and when I paid with the IHG Mastercard, she said, "Now I see, you are one of our best customers. That's how you did it." I just smiled.
We took our stuff to the room and headed to a place called "The 5-8 Club." If you haven't ...
... to this little coffee place back in Andrea's neighborhood called the FireRoast Cafe. I sat there a good hour and sketched. I'm keeping this small sketchbook with me and it's nice to be drawing with a pencil again. Photoshop and Illustrator are amazing tools but I must remember my roots!
After that I started exploring the neighborhood and then I found this HUGE community garden with lots of KALE. It made me happy. I ...
... Laos, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Thai, and east Africans - Somalis. I hit the ground running. I want to head to the famous international market in Saint Paul for some interesting dining fare. Only 1 hr away on local bus and for $1.75 - it's not a bad deal to see life here in the Twin Cities. Stretching from Nicollet Mall to University Avenue. This bus ride passes through Mall of America Field, home of the Minnesota Vikings, then University of Minnesota - one of ...
... the Twin Cities has been great. Though it was less than a week ago, it already feels like a long time ago that we were making daily visits to the Mexican Consulate, hoping to get official visas for our year in Mexico. A stop at the Hennepin County records office to get a copy of our marriage certificate, as they were thrown off by our different last names, a visit to a photo shop for passport-sized photos of each of ...