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This weekend was a very needed break from college life. I got to go home! I left Thursday night and just got back on campus today, just in time for class. I loved being able to see my family, hang out with my mom and dad, and just relax in a room all by myself.
The first thing I did when I got home was see my grandma and Caden. They came to pick me up at the airport and my plane was delayed so it was midnight by the time I came out and Caden was out cold. ...
Tuesday morning we drove to the airport on our way to America. The first flight was to Los Angeles, which was about 14 hours. On the flight I watched 3 movies, some TV, played computer games and only got to sleep for the last hour! When we got to the hotel we noticed it was horrible! It had smelly air, a missing drawer, half a lamp instead of a full one, ...
... cream cheese, and it was sooo good!
Later that afternoon, we visited our great-grandpa. He is 94 but unfortunately has at most, two months to live. Although he is very old, he still has his sense of humor and he also sings to the nurses. Sometimes he talks about the latest US sport scores. He’s very entertaining to listen to, especially when he tells us about the times and memories ...
... br> We came back home wondering what we could do. We thought and thought about a quick game that would’t take that long. We thought of hide and seek. Margo was it. Margo was it every single time, so to make it fair, if you were found first you had to do five pushups. I had to do five pushups twice.
We eventually got bored of hide and seek, so we played Simon Says. I was never Simon, because I was really bad at the game.
... if it's a pain in the ass to make separate cards. The resulting lessening of confusion will pay off any increased time you invest in a small "where's the bathroom" question translation. I'm going to just print several to a page, cut them apart, and laminate them with some tape.
The passport and visa process turned out to be much more expensive than originally expected, with the combined total expense being well above $300. Granted, if you have ...
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