Comfort Inn Farmington Hills
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... appetizers with sparking at the hotel. Teresa found a great little farm to table walking distance away (in Fort Lauderdale - who knew) and we dined on fresh kale salad and small plates of pork tenderloin and antelope medallions. (yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/market-17-fort- lauderdale-3) Tomorrow we head to ...
... with us in the car and Haley would probably like to not have to travel for a couple of days.
This morning she (Haley) had had a melt down and hid under the beds in Iowa. I say beds because we would lift one bed to catch her and she would go under the other. Kathleen and I were tossing the mattresses all over the place for our early morning exercise to try to catch the cat, who had HAD IT! Finally, she froze and I could get her into the carrier ...
... I wrote and edited and uploaded photos. Susie studied. We showed no signs of stopping until midnight and then we stayed another hour. I wrote and then read more of Gregg Braden's book. At 1:00, we went downstairs so Susie could put her massive text books in her locker. It looked like high school down there. We were both pretty loopy on the walk back. We got back at 1:30 and I crammed down half a bagel. I got situated on the couch and made it to bed at 2:15.
... next couple of nights.
I eventually made it to the farm just as the sun was setting, and was most grateful to be here, after the struggles of finding the buses throughout the day. I was greeted by the barking dogs and was shown to my room, where I got to sleep alone in the dorm for the first night. The owner of the farm is a guy named Steve, who is infamous around these parts for his amazing skills of endurance. He was champion of many long distant races such as running ...
... i went to Moscow and St Petersburg. When i got back, I found myself in charge of the beach location at Hertz. Two months of this and i had enough, I asked if i could get a job at the Don Cesar, and I quit my job at Hertz. A week later i got the job and started as a Bellman/Valet in April 2008. My shift was thurs/fri/sat -4pm-1am and sun/mon-graveyard shift, which was 11pm-7am. My sleep schedule was all out of whack, i barely knew ...