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... t recover. That being said, you may be thinking, "Then why the [explicit] are you visiting this dangerous country!?!?! Couldn't you have chosen a safer country like, I don't know, CANADA?" (That's my dad talking, fyi).
But imagine how dull life would be if we did everything by the rules and played everything safe. What kind of life would we be living? Could you even ...
... going home sweetie," and she responded with "we go back to Karyn's house, see Mallory!" Needless to say, the family made quite an impression on her! Thankfully we came home with lots of pictures for her to "see" everyone until we are able to visit again!
Thankfully this ride went much smoother! Reagan must have really had a fun week, poor little sleepy head didn't even make it to Chicago before she was out. We stopped at the same exit for lunch as we did on the way up there, ...
... miss these views when we head back home!
After the afternoon at the beach we headed back to Holland for dinner. For some reason Chinese food sound super tasty and there was a Chinese restaurant located right across the street from our hotel, how convenient right? After dinner we headed to Walmart to pick up Michigan beer, as no trip is complete with out a run for local beer, lol, then headed back to the hotel for one last night! Michigan you will be ...
... It was really neat that we got to sit right next to where they brew the beer! After dinner we headed back to the hotel and Reagan watched Disney junior shows on the portable DVD player we packed while we got to watch the Cardinals on TV, which was definitely a pleasant surprise, Woo hoo! Go Birds! Tomorrow is our last full day of the trip, why do trips always seem to take so long to arrive, but then go by so fast? Its simply not ...
... or individual bands of 6th, 7th and, 8th graders. I did not keep count but there must have been at least ten non-high school bands and they were all from Christian schools. There were so many children marching in bands it made me wonder if band membership was mandatory. It was also a great tribute to the schools that have a vibrant music program.
After a tour of the city and before the ...