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Today I woke up with the news about granny which made for a bit of a bumpy start to the day. I decided to try my best to carry on with the holiday as before and mourn properly when I return home because I know this is what granny would've wanted. Although it's extremely sad the circumstances of her death were pretty fortunate, not being prolonged or painful. The funeral will be after I return as well which ...
... challenge similar to that seen on total wipeout and entertained us all with his not so graceful fall. We went on the dodgems and then queued for an ice cream for Saz. After feeling like we'd made our monies worth back we were ready for some food so headed back to the apartment where we made fajitas together. The idea was to head out but after such an exhausting day and previous day we were all so exhausted that we asleep on front of the TV to despicable me soon making our way to ...
... here we go. Practice makes perfect, or at least in this case, hopefully practice will document improvement in writing. I imagine that this blog will be a variety of many documentations of my life and experiences. Maybe one day I will sound smart, maybe I will become a better writer, but most of all maybe my eyes will open to a new way of seeing things. Ten days until take off. China - here we come.
... are quite excited about
leaving for their first cruise in less than a week. Their father, Chris,
was the last one home.
Adam and Emily attended a special Disney Christmas program; I mostly
stayed back and rested from the day's travels.
As today's parting shot, December 7, 2012 was a very good day, but let
us never forget December 7, 1941.
... guy continue to harass the flight attendants even while an older woman had fainted and needed medical attention. This woman was put on oxygen and moved up to first class until we landed, where paramedics met us on the tarmac to take her from the plane and give her medical attention. Prayers went to her family.
After gathering our bags from baggage claim, we exited to a warm welcome for the troops and from Alton and Jeanne (thank you ...