Lawther Octagon House Bed and Breakfast
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The venue was full of folks and after some discussion with the ticket sellers (I had my ticket on my smart phone) we were allowed to pass their security table. Elderly ladies with authority are a force to be reckoned with, I tell ya...The ticket takers didn't even ask for our tickets on the way in. We found seat just off center stage, settled in and soon enough the show began.
The lead in entertainment was a 18 year ...
We are less than 24 hours from our departure time. The bags are packed and everyone has their rides planned for the first leg of our journey, which for most of us is from Lake City to MSP. We fly from Minneapolis (MSP) to Dulles Airport in Washington D.C. and then fly the long leg of our trip to ...
... one. Ashton would play soccer with anyone who would kick it back to him.
The two older boys refused to dance, too cool already unfortunately. Georgia made up for them! Conrad was happily behind the camera capturing many special moments.
Tears were shed when a favorite song of Mums was put on and Laura, Jordan, Dad and Emma danced.
The kids lasted very well until 11:30 when it was time to get them back to ...
... Eric and Kristen were GREAT ROOMMATES and we had some silly and memorable times with Mallery & Travis during their "Terrific Twos." (I do mean that!)
At the time, Eric was starting a new job on “The Hill” and together Erric & Kristen were on what would be the beginning of a life-long adventure together! Great couple... great family.
We are now 10 to 11 hours behind schedule!
We just pulled into St. Paul and there will be a representative from Amtrak getting on to help us with our connections and accommodations in Chicago since we will have to lay over for 12 hours before catching the train to DC. I called and made arrangements yesterday when I knew we would miss our connection, so I ...