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... the family were out-of-towners. My sis Jan (Andy's godmother) and her husband flew in from Simi Valley, California. Uncle Don, Andy's godfather drove up from Ocala, Florida. Andy's Aunts and Uncles and cousins drove up from Chicago. Most of the family made it, sorry everyone couldn't be there.
We couldn't of asked for a more beautiful day. The weather was perfect and everything went as planned with no problems.
... 8220;scenic un-scenic” route. As my co-pilot sawed logs, Lorraine and I rode the meandering narrowly paved roads in and out of tiny run down communities with populations not exceeding 500 citizens. At one point my eyes flipped to the back of my head and I pulled to the side of the road to refresh, hoping to find an occupied town soon so Lorraine could acquire a drink and I could rest. After ten minutes I pulled back on our lonely path braving the early morning sun. County ...
Got up bright and early today to the sound of a donkey, went downstairs and watched the ocean for a while until my aunt and uncle got up. After breakfast we went over to Dive Friends Sand Dollar and got registered for scuba diving and off Tom and I went into the crystal clear ocean. We were ...
I landed in Bonaire about 20 minutes ahead of schedule. Got off the plane and through customs with no problem. Out of the "termInal" and found Katie and Tom eagerly awaiting my arrival. In to the truck and off we went to the condo, a short 15 minute drive. We got to the condo put my stuff away and then we walked over to Eddies 's a local restaurant across the street for some burgers with some Rockfordians who were down ...
... started to help the process in changing her time zones.
She took to her new brothers and vice versa even better than we had even hoped or prayed for. She comes up to about their knees and, while they were both home from holiday break, kept them laughing with her antics.
We realized soon after arriving home that she is lactose intolerant (apparently, about 90 percent of all Asian children ...