Baymont Inn & Suites Kirkland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well, I'm home, and the last few weeks have been a whirlwind. I had study week, took finals, and have traveled 10,000ish miles home.
During study week I actually mainly studied. We went all around Freo, stopping in at different coffee shops to study and stay caffeinated. One evening I took the train to Maylands Station, and Judi picked me up. We went to her place and I helped her finalize a feast that she had been preparing. Ken, Ann, ...
... days of the year, 78 degrees with barely a cloud in the sky. After a great afternoon of wandering around, I laid down in a grass field overlooking the sound at the end of Pike Place and fell asleep for a few hours in the sun. Later, Tom arrived, which was a great end to the day. We enjoyed a beautiful sunset and a hefty dinner. Time for some rest for another big day ...
... over for the red line to the green line in the city centre and went to the Budda Temple which was part of the tour, it was like all Budda temples we had seen before nothing outstanding. After touring the temple we headed back into the city centre and got off and had a coffee and cake at Starbucks, here we had a beggar come in begging which really put us off so we left. We decided to walk down the mall ...
... excited about the possibility of having a Sparrow Project at Kamiakin this year!
How wonderful, almost surreal it was, to reconnect with five teachers during lunchtime who still remained from the 1991-92 school year. Old teachers and new in the staff room, a few familiar and most not--were taken back in wonder to the Spring of 1992 when the students and staff of Kamiakin rallied to save our Michael. It was a pure joy ...
... on that subject).
Another goal I have is to host a Sparrow Clubs luncheon here in Kirkland this coming Spring 2015 near the close of the year (location/date/time TBD). My purpose is to say thank you, share inspiring stories, celebrate success, build awareness and enlist new friends for our mission.
In the meantime, I invite you to follow my journey here!