Red Roof Inn Ann Arbor (University South)
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As we close out our time in Ann Arbor we are continuing to reflect on our teaching practices. This week has inspired us ALL to want to go back into the classroom. Sorry Stacey. We've enjoyed meeting people from all over the world: India, Poland, New York (Lucy Caulkins' nephew), Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. (Sasha Obama's teacher), Missouri, Georgia, oh yeah, and even Cookeville,Tennessee. Today's learning was centered around building relationships ...
... Arbor. We enjoy a nice sleep in and hang out with Arun in the morning before he heads to work.
We try to find the same noodle place we went to for lunch yesterday but we get a little lost and settle for an Irish pub called Colin O’Neils. I enjoy the chicken pot pie and Hinesh has a chicken burger. We then get the Nikons out again and take pics around town. The cool old school movie complexes. The murals on the walls. The university campus. ...
... 17 pounds, however, I caved in, I really wanted to bring a Bucky, the U-shaped buckwheat pillows, so it fit, and yes, for the first time ever, I'm bringing *some* makeup. and in retrospect I also brought a second pair of junky sandals which I fear will be left behind.
Also not shown, I have a small day pack that will contain my mini tablet, a foldup Platypus water bottle that holds 50 oz of water, my "TSA" toiletries in a quart sized bag (face ...
... that we knew when we lived in FL for 25 years. Mary was originally from the A2 area and she moved back there just before we retired and moved to Sedona. So when ever we get back to Michigan we try to get together. Brunch took a couple of hours because we had plenty to catch up on. We all stay in touch with friends from FL, but we had to share and compare notes.
In the afternoon Frankie and I took some time to shop. We had some gift cards and loot that ...
... stoked to be at this game for lots of reasons... Everyone should experience a D-1 packed house football game! It seems to me ALL Division I teams are rivalries on some level or another but I really just think the "Go Blue" fever is just a daily thing.
Before we left Chicago, Jodi & Tom had mentioned they knew one of the Northwestern players ...