Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast
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Happy Mother's Day! Today was a great day for the soccer match. Sadly the train that I was on got delayed because someone was arrested on the tracks in front of us. Since the train wasn’t going to be moving anytime soon; I, along with most other Timbers fans, decided to walk to the stadium. The walk ended up being about 40 minutes, and there were only two reasons I didn’t get lost; ...
... Suzi and I attended the Body, Mind and Spirit Expo in Portland, where one of her good friends was a guest speaker. While at the Expo we received sad news that sister Jannie has terminal lung cancer with only 3 to 6 months left. So we immediately left for St Vincent's Hospital to visit with Jannie and family.
On Monday, I had a follow up visit to the VA for my prostate cancer. I received really good news that my prostate gases are ...
... a go and get a free small Legends of Chima playset, and separate again. William loves the Lego city area where he gets to play and build whatever he wants, and eventually we all meet again in a giant Lego pit.
As the show is winding down, we quickly head over to the store where they are selling Lego sets. And some of the prices are amazing – sets which I know got for ...
So, it was an early start for Joe and I. Up and at our first coffee by 9 am, ok not that early if you have to get up for work but if you are jet lagged and only slept for 3 hours it's pretty early. So, on the way to the coffee shop with free wifi we bump into another Lambo (seriously, I am in the wrong job!). Taking a wee 'dander' and we spot another funny sign. Chow Tai Fook!! Did ...
... you can do to grow this awareness without doing so much travel, but travel really brings the lesson home whenever it's possible to do so. There's no substitute for that moment when you realize how big and diverse the world really is and that there are so many ways to live that are unlike one's own.
Sadly, travel with the kid is often centered around the hotel (he likes to play in the room... it's beyond me) and then setting up activities to keep us ...