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... own, I now know that those experiences can be amazing!! Boldness is something I've been striving for since my college days. My volleyball coach emphasized it every season for our play on the court and in our everyday lives, and it's stuck with me.
To travel is to be BOLD, you're stepping outside your comfort zone, you're exploring new and maybe unusual places, you're meeting new people and learning more about yourself! Boldness ...
... things to be truly happy in this
world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for.”
"Your truest life is when you are in your dreams awake."
―Chinese Fortune Cookie I opened four years ago
"True love is boundless like the ocean and, swelling within one, spreads itself out and, crossing all boundaries and frontiers, envelops the whole world."
... corn maze in search of the apple pie thief! and munched on yummy donuts! From there we traveled to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, hiked some dune areas and took in some awesome views of Lake Michigan. From there we drove on to Glen Arbor, visited Cherry Republic and ate pizza at the local park where the grandkids were able to continue playing at the playground. How blessed we are to have shared in such a beautiful ...
... the bay.
Bill was preceded in death by his parents Bob & Lucy Ric******* and twin sisters Peggy & Patty Ric******* of Lapeer, MI; his three Cairn Terriers Sadie, Baron, & BJ; his Airedale Terrier Cleo; his three Giant Schnauzers Cole, CJ & Butch.
Bill is survived by:
His husband Walter Kroupa and his dog Roman the Standard Poodle of Elk Rapids, MI.; brothers Bob Ric******* (Carolyn Miller) of Howell, MI and ...
... we set up the Kelty. Then there was the OUTHOUSE. It's easy to mouth breath to avoid stinky situations, but we were shocked when we realized that the putrid stench permeated our clothing.The gagging odor was nauseating. We both felt sick as we settled into our sleeping bags for the night. Visions of Clorox danced in our heads.