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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 ;)
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... 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 . . . .
... Charlie, Jane and Owen) moved to Beijing last year! Hil and I met when we were roommates in DC circa 1992, when we searched out cheap food, free beer and Bill Clinton. We're trading that in for cheap dumplings, Asian beer and Peiking Duck.
So, with a Chinese Visa, new iPad, and a pedicure complete with Commie Red polish, I am ready for country #37. Cannot wait to see that Great ...
... to. What I took as a depressing situation is in fact the most fertile ground for a once in a lifetime adventure. He inspired me to proudly celebrate my life, my situation, my country, my world, instead of sulking in it. So I quit my job at the bakery, got a flexible (and better paying) job as a nanny where I could juggle a professional acting job on the side, and started planning for my adventure.