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... had literally just unpacked so we would have to repack. We did and went to new hotel which was magnificent and the room we had was fantastic finally something going our way. Midnight arrived by the time we actually managed to go to bed. It was night filled with nightmares then insomnia. So 2 hours I had a monster headache. I decided it was probably best to chill and do some washing before heading out to explore salt lake city. Lunch time came and the kids wanted ...
... booth and encourage girls to look at my school. The most inspiring part of my day would have to be the presentation by Alison Levine. She was funny, engaging, and thought-provoking. Her words encouraged everyone to not stress about getting to the top, but to take the skills required to move forward in the future. Overall, my first day of Convention was life-altering.
Olivia: I was very impressed with Dr. Tererai Trent. ...
... ago. Sooooo -----The next phase of our life's journey begins. Tom's office threw a little lunchtime retirement party for him a few days ago and presented him with a Rick Steves travel bag that converts to a backpack when necessary. He told the crowd that his parents have crossed the Atlantic 23 times and the Pacific five times. We have a long way to go to catch up, and probably never will because we are getting a much later start, but we hope to take one BIG ...
... Our park was about 10 minutes from Temple Square and a free Mormon-sponsored van comes and goes every thirty minutes to take you there. Larry had been to SLC once. But it was all new to me. I was entering Mormon Country for the first time!
Temple Square is 35 acres, chock-full of buildings of various kinds, all of them subservient to the Temple itself. Even for non-LDS (Latter Day Saints) members, the pioneer story of the Mormons ...
... taking photos, a flock of tiny birds were swarming overhead and diving down at me, telling me I had invaded their home and they wanted me to go away. And as I walked under a roof that provides cover to a picnic table, it was clear that they had been living there. So I left and gave them back their property.
Continuing the drive, which now seemed bland by comparison, we drove through more prairies, ranches, and small towns. We saw ...