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... important, vital or sentimental. I was very good at the shopping mall and only bought SOME makeup in Ulta (Grace has a lot to answer for) and a COUPLE of clothing items. We ate in Red Lobster and then rented About Time because it's about time Sonia saw it. And while she was watching that, I discovered I am magical because I managed to pack EVERYTHING into one of the flat boxes that had come from Amazon. Yeah, organised ...
... developed, and the university American Football team is called the Fightin' Irish, and their mascot is an angry leprechaun. I just LOVE it. We went shopping for some university brand clothes, and then university urban outfitters, some university Starbucks iced peach tea lemonade and finally some university books. There were a lot of kitschy Irish kids tales and photos of Ireland and even a big ol' memory photo and story hardcover book about that time ...
... Learning. John studied the actual Irish language, LITERALLY, at Harvard and is now almost completed a dissertation that involves things like more language and Yeats and stuff like that. They are SUCH COOL PEOPLE, YO. So after a wonderful shower where I got rid of all of the Chicago grime, we went out for one of the most random, and yet delicious, meals I have ever had. There was smoked raw tuna, buffalo wrapped around onions and ALLIGATOR. Wow. I'm telling you, ...
Hired a 7 seater Toyota from the local garage. went to the park and walked around uncle Jims neighbourhood. Went to the ihop (international house of pancakes) for lunch with all the family. I had a fried breakfast and a crepe for desert Travelled out to Shipshewana an Amish community in Indiana In the evening we went to an Australian steak house. I had a fillet steak which was ...
... dinner; everyone's got so much on so it's always really nice to be able to all get together.
We took the Mule out to the woods to find some good trees as recommended by Abby and set our hammock and bug net up ready for night time. The plan was to have a trial run and see how our bug net did for the whole night so we were pretty excited and a little scared. We didn't get out there until maybe midnight and found our bug net covered in big bitey ants....we were ...
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