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Jen here. We'll we're only 3 hours behind schedule, which means not as much sight seeing in Chicago.... :( but that's okay! We are off to Chicago, the Hard Rock Cafe and the U2 Concert. I'm sure it's going to be amazing!
We spent yesterday saying our good-byes. A trip to Charlotte to see my Grandma (and Aunt Fran!) one last time. Dear Aunts of mine and Mom, someone please read the blog posts to her. She would love ...
... last day of school pics with Sophie and her friends, the dedicating of the Class of 2023 tree and the final walk through of the school. She has had a wonderful last two days of school!
Now it's time for summer vacation and the grand adventure we have before us! Only 6 days until we leave for Chicago!!!! And so much to do!
Until someone posts next.....Kirk? Pearson? Emery?......Enjoy your summer vacation too!
... about an hour delay due to lighning strikes somewhere we couldn't see). They also cheered for an anouncement for when basketball tickets went on sale. It kind of showed where the priorities are. They did boo the quarterback, though, which I don't like to see at a college game. There were a few South Florida fans there, and the Michigan State fans seemed to be treating them well (or at least ignoring ...
... committed by Turkey (because Turkey is a huge geographical ally). The hypocrisy sometimes blows my mind.
The final section of the museum was centered around the specific children killed in the Genocide. They provided a bio on each child, providing names, age, interests, favorite foods and how they were killed. This has much more of an impact on me compared to any other section of the memorial. This section sent the message that genocide is murder ...
... all seen the French greeting each other with kisses on the cheek
as they meet. Michaelanne told us it was “la bise” and was the
way that French people greet each other. Two, three, or four kisses
(actually cheek touches), depending on what part of France you come
from (it can be confusing), starting with a with an offer of your
right cheek. Michaelanne said that at the start of our trip at our
orientation meeting she would not greet us in that manner ...