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 ...
We did not have a good night again last night, I fell asleep quickly but work at midnight coughing my lungs out again, was sick with it but was worried as a pink colour phlegm was coughed up. The coughing did not stop all night long after that damn annoying. We woke up to a bright and sunny day but John couldn't hear and had blood on his pillow which worried me and I was still feeling awful from the coughing. A very light breakfast was had and I then went to ...
... 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!