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... t recover. That being said, you may be thinking, "Then why the [explicit] are you visiting this dangerous country!?!?! Couldn't you have chosen a safer country like, I don't know, CANADA?" (That's my dad talking, fyi).
But imagine how dull life would be if we did everything by the rules and played everything safe. What kind of life would we be living? Could you even ...
... going home sweetie," and she responded with "we go back to Karyn's house, see Mallory!" Needless to say, the family made quite an impression on her! Thankfully we came home with lots of pictures for her to "see" everyone until we are able to visit again!
Thankfully this ride went much smoother! Reagan must have really had a fun week, poor little sleepy head didn't even make it to Chicago before she was out. We stopped at the same exit for lunch as we did on the way up there, ...
... were expecting it to be a zoo. The beach was gorgeous and clean, and the water was calm. We didn't even bother packing out swimsuits, thinking as previous days had been, it would be to cold to get in, of course it never fails that today would be the day that Reagan would decide to run into the water and get her one outfit we had packed soaking wet. Thankfully we at least had swim diapers in the van, so Reagan got to play on the beach in a tshirt and swim ...
... back to the car, it started pouring, Reagan was not a fan of that, we got back to the car and she was drenched. Poor little thing just sat in her seat, crying, saying she was cold and wet.
We had originally planned on going to a different beach in the afternoon but decided with the weather just to head straight to our hotel in hopes that we could check in early and use the indoor pool until the storm passed, and save the beach for another day. We got there around 1:30 ...
... city a bit last night and during lunch today. The city is filled with hustle and bustle, there is so much to see! I am now understanding what everyone told me before leaving, "you could live in Rome your entire life, and not see everything." So true! The time change and lack of sleep is finally catching up to me a bit tonight. I am checking in pretty early to fire up for my second day of classes and third day in the eternal city!
Until next time,