Candlewood Suites - East Lansing M.S.U
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Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
... payers needed to be to the right. I learned quickly that I could avoid stopping and bypassing the tolls to pay later. The short visit in West Bend was nice and the following day I was on the road again, this time to LaCrosse. Had a nice little visit with my uncle while dropping off my cousins bike, and then I was truly on the road again!
Arriving in Holmen around 4, I jumped out of the car and ran after my little niece! My body was craving the movement ...
"Please, please, PLEASE don't let lightning strike me," I beg God, as I watch the sky light up outside my bedroom window. I think back to earlier in the day when I overhear Dad talking on the phone.
"Did you hear about that farmer who was plowing his fields today, and was stuck by lightning six times before he died?"
Oh no, I worry. Being killed by lightning would be the worst way to die. It scares me ...
Regrets? I Have A Few -- Part III
Did I say that I have a few regrets? It's more like fifty, in one word, MEN! Like my first love, two-timer Cutie, sleazy Snake, "probably married" Chocolate Thunder, guitar-playing Dreamer who kept calling me by other females’ names, slobbering Dogman, and whisker-burner Horndog.
“Why did I meet so many frogs?” I wonder. Ah, it’s coming back to me now.
... US was. The customs officer was very friendly. Once back in the US. We stopped for lunch on the waterfront at Port Huron. Actually we had lunch at the Gratiot Light Station. After eating we took the guided tour of the station. We went into all the buildings and climbed the 94 steps to the top of the lighthouse. What a view! This is the oldest lighthouse in Michigan, built in 1829. Regretfully we had to get back on the ...
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