Comfort Inn North
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I just won $50,000 in the lottery and I'm going to take a trip to go visit my sister. I’m going to take a plane most of the way besides driving to the airport and getting picked up from my sister. Most of the time I am going to just chill with my sister and go site ...
... the city, where we went to a bar closer to home. Very amusingly people were playing giant Jenga, and ping pong drinking games. The music was piped.
At the end of the night (Saturday morning, around 2am) I put my hand down to take my bag from the hook where it was hanging under the bar, and met with air. I had only put my phone back into it 5 minutes before after taking a photo. It was a bloody big red bag and I didn't see it go at all - very slick. We looked in ...
My departure is exactly one week away! So much to do, so little time! I'm very excited about going back to the land down under. I'm not apprehensive about anything because i know what's in store for me once I arrive. My plane ticket and visa are confirmed. I just have to ...
... entered, we were ready to roll....and we made it all the way to Paw Paw (10 miles!) before we stopped for the first time. The trailer was acting jittery and Tim stopped to check the tires before we got too far down the road. The trailer passed inspection, so we had a quick chat with the camper and asked it to settle down. It complied, and we were able to drive 3 hours without incident. Around 1am (midnight central!) ...
... of encouragement. Tons of love to my mother-in-law Pam and my mother Jean for being the working force behind the Hamilton household for over two weeks. Our bonding time with SaiSai during our stay in China was an incredible experience developing into our unconditional love for this little girl. And with that, we say xie xie (thank you) and zai jian (Good-Bye)!
Renee, John, Johnny, Alice, Willy, and Frances