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... French Open, featuring 2 Frenchmen playing. After a nap we went back out to see Paris at night. This time by Seine and the Ile Cite. Just amazed at how beautifully designed Paris is, with all the Places and radiating rues and boulevards. Like Washington DC. You can tell a Frenchman designed our capital too. Now, we are unwinding and catching up on home chores and remembering our wonderful journey through Germany and ...
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Here she is way ahead of the pack in her first event--she did well enough to qualify for the zone competition the following week in Oklahoma City.
Today we left Chicago and spent the day in the bus. Thank goodness Todd had som DVDs for us to watch which killed the time. We were all excited because we were going to WALMART! For a short stop. But we're very disappointed when there were no photo opportunities there. bugger. ...
... you forever" or "I can't imagine not having you in my life". Of course, with hindsight comes wisdom.
The point is, everything turned out alright. The best things happen when we are nervous for what is to come; when we can't predict everything and surprises are bound to occur. To study abroad, I had to decide to leave behind many great people and my cozy life. That will be hard, but I get to follow my heart. It's enlivening, really. ...
... of course looked big to me as someone who had never ridden a plane, but my head was hitting the ceiling and there were two aisles, one with two seats and one with one.
I looked at my ticket until I found my seat... the back, right next to the bathroom. Oh great.
I had an aisle seat, and I waited and it looked like no one was going to come and sit by me, so I thought I might get to use both seats, but at the very last minute a guy came to the back and, almost ...