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... is precious for me - I can't just jet home for a weekend, or even a week! The 24-hour travel time and accompanying time difference is just too cruel for short jaunts. So my wonderful family will just have to wait another 10 months until we meet again... except for my sister, Brooke, that is... who is coming to VISIT ME IN JANUARY!!!
Another Applegate off to see the world.... maybe I'll convince her to stay ;)
♥ Cheers ♥
... building that is the Brown Castle Hotel where presidents and the rich and famous stay. Finished with iced coffee at the Market Cafe. All organic foods. Drove back through leafy suburbs adjacent to Cherry Creek with enormous homes and detoured through the Denver University. Went for dinner at Le Central French restaurant in the city which was very good especially the Tarte ...
Here's the turtle Vivian received from Bryan (a teacher at her preschool), experiencing his last cold and snow for a long time! Final preparations before we leave our home and pets in the kind hands of Suzanne and Larry are nearly complete. We'd better hurry, as Craig (our ride to the airport) will be here soon.
Next entry will be from Costa Rica . . . .
China hasn't been on the Must Go To list for long, in fact, never really thought about it. But since my CCS travel, I've seen its importance in the world and thought it could not be missed. (They are going to run the world again, sooner or later...) I put it on my 2012 To Do List, and honestly did not think I'd make it happen.
But lucky for me, my dear friend Hilary Jones and her family (Chad ...
... friendly kick in the pants. He inspired me (from his own roadtrip after he got off the boat, and from his encouraging words) to not look at this time in my life as a curse, but as a once in a lifetime gift. I may be currently living in my parents' basement, but I don't have a lease to tie me down. I may be working the same job I had when I was 18, but it's a job to save up money, not a career that I have to ...