Comfort Suites Grand Rapids North
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In a couple of hours we'll be leaving Holland to begin the first leg of our journey. Somehow leaving on September 11 feels appropriate because, as tragic as it was, this day above all others reminds me of the strength and courage of Americans, both now and in those early days of the founding of the original colonies.
There won't be much to comment on for the first couple of days. We'll be stopping in Columbus, ...
... disinterested waitress we’ve encountered in a long time (after asking us one time if we needed anything else, she began walking away before we’d even responded). We reminisced about old times and filled each other in on what’s going on now.
Tomorrow morning is a 6am call time again, so I’m sure we’ll be napping as soon as we arrive on the lot. We are not used to this schedule anymore so it’s going to take some time to ...
We left my grandpa’s house at 6am after spending the last
11 days there with family. It was bittersweet leaving everyone behind but it
was time to rejoin our lives at the circus in my grandma’s memory. She loved
our show and loved that John was a clown. It was fitting that the bouquet of flowers
the circus sent to her visitation were the same flowers that went to her
gravesite. She was an honorary member of our circus family and the ...
... looked her straight in the eyes and told her “it doesn’t matter. Even if I stayed home, it would make no difference. We are facing now the prospect of growth through which all lucky people pass.” Meeting gazes with father time has shaken me, but it ultimately has strengthened my resolve. My passage to adulthood will not come from the maturation of physical attributes, but from the experiences I chip out of the limestone of life. India, I thank you in advance. ...
... eventually walked across the street (busy 28th street) for lunch. Can't believe I was even hungry after such a huge breakfast, but enough time had passed by the time we finally went out for lunch. In fact, it was so late that (for me), not enough time had passed between lunch and our dinner banquet. I was NOT hungry for dinner AT ALL!!!
Prior to banquet, Joan took me around to meet women who had bikes that were on the order of what I ...