Wild Goose Inn Bed & Breakfast
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Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
... prepared it, yeah, I’d pay that without complaining, but they hadn’t. How long was it sitting there? Anyway, coffee was delicious as usual. While I was in line there were two foreigners in front of me ordering and were not sure what to ask for. When the lady explained to one of the gentleman about the size and what comes in it (lattes), he pointed to the larger cup (which usually has 2 or 3 shots of espresso), he said “This size, 4 shots.” Then ...
... lives underground and can only see the world through a hole and a mirror at the top of the hole, his reality will be different from ours. 'Is there an absolute beauty?' and 'What is Justice?' My mind was opened to a whole new way of thinking. A classmate approached me after one Humanities class, and asked, 'Are you baptized?' 'No,' I replied. She looked surprised and yelled, 'Then you are going to HELL!' I was shocked, and asked, ...
... a red light means STOP!”
“HAAAAA! You don’t know what a red light means?” they act surprised.
“What does it mean?” I cower. They educate me.
“AHHHHH!” I yell in horror. “I’m going to KILL Gennie!”
Our suite in Rather Hall becomes known as the virgin floor. Most of my male relationships don’t last more than three dates. After they realize ...
We've had another long day of traveling. Eight hours on the road. We're still encountering some very rough, frost damaged roads. Today was all on the freeway, which is ******* the nerves and on the Mini. We left Niagara Falls and crossed into Canada on the freeway. It was pretty much non-stop all the way to Port Huron, MI. Except for the long back-up at the border crossing, I was really surprised at how painless our return ...