Clarion Hotel Detroit Metro Airport
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Today's the day I leave for New York. It's all here, finally. I felt like it would be a great time to update the blog.
I have been so overwhelmed with love these past few weeks. I am so grateful to be surrounded by such supportive, uplifting, loving people. I feel so blessed. I'm not a religious person, but I can't think of a better way to put it, I'm so blessed. Through all the apprehension over the past month, my friends and ...
... and at home just six months ago. I'm looking forward to soaking up as much as I can about the conflict and spreading words about peace, tolerance and unity. I hope that keeping this blog before I go will ease my tensions. I feel relieved even as I'm writing this.
On a positive note, I am so excited to make friends from all over the world, to grow as a person and see things I never imagined. So far, I know we have people from London, ...
Sitting in the airport waiting to begin our European adventure. Just played candy crush and draw something for a good hour and still not sick of it ahahahah. We have about 10 minutes until boarding and counting. Due to arrive in Frankfurt Germany tomorrow morning at ...
... and prior to boarding I ran to the bathroom quickly. As I came back around the corner all I can see are Marlin's legs and this man doing hip rolls with no shoes on. He proceeded to do yoga moves and keep talking to Marlin. Apparently he was here to visit family and had not had a conversation in a couple weeks with people speaking English. He was nice except for the pelvic thrusts! On the plane I sat next to the man that kept staring out the opposite window and a ...
... made many of their most important purchases in the early 20th century when the Detroit automakers were doing very well so they also are strong in Impressionist and post-Impressionist works. Their Vincent Van Gogh self-portrait and The Window by Henri Matisse were the first works by these artists to enter U.S. public collections. They've continued collecting and have an extensive ...