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... the ceremony was terrible but there was a great reception.’ Sadly, the marriage of our CB’s has not yet had such a happy ending and the reception is still far from wonderful when we are more than a few feet apart. Frankly, a couple of cans and a bit of string would be more reliable. It’s work in progress.
As we ate up the last few miles of the plains the Rockies slowly appeared out of the haze on the horizon ahead. Of interest (to me if ...
... have purchased the ever safe travel bag and I have tackled the tough conversation with John about the dangers of wearing a blue fanny pack in Spain! Right now we are debating if we will actually make to Spain, or if we will have to use the travel insurance...let's just say that John and I will both relax a bit once we are on the international leg of our flight. Ian, we believe, is trying every trick in the book to delay or cancel our trip ...
... delay and blown our connection. Of course it had. Because, did I mention the 13 inches of snow expected in Chicago? The gate agent didn't hesitate about moving us to the nonstop. But because it needed to be a paper ticket, she had to send me off to the customer service counter to finish it. Where I wrangled a sleep-deprived toddler (only one of them, though) for 25 minutes while the agent there wrestled with SHARES. Fun times.
... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...
... quickly joined me and I was able to take some super cute shots of them. Soon enough Mary-Anne and grandpa came up to us. Mary-Anne took a tumble down the rocks and strapped up her face a bit. Thankfully her glasses were there to protect her eyes. We all walked back to camp and Liam taught Quinn how to make a fire. Giggles and chuckles came from outside as I looked for smore's ingredients. I found the jet-puffed mellows from ...