Comfort Suites Southgate
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... in the air and scream I DID IT! And I'll know, that I can do anything.
Thank you from the bottom of my soul to all of you who have instilled these thoughts in me. There's no greater gift you could have given me. You all, are my most prized treasure. And please know, that I will be there for you, when it's time for your big adventure, whatever it may be. I love you all so much and I can't wait to tell you all about it.
... in Detroit, I couldn't stop thinking about Tel Aviv. All I wanted to do was be back. Even the idea of going back to Tel Aviv made me smile. Since that time, Israel and Palestine have gone through a war and tensions have been higher than they have in a long time. I told an Israeli friend of mine, I wish I could come back without worrying about terrorist attacks. The sad truth is, I can't. It's a risk I'm taking to be back in this country where I felt ...
... museum, I realized that we had not seen at least a third of the museum. Greenfield needs at least a whole day to see. I would recommend two or even three days. We rode one of the two horse drawn busses and the train. We started on the train ride but as we approached the first stop there was an announcement that a baseball game was starting in a few minutes. We got off the train and walked to the field. The game was between the ...
... could not find parking. There is a nice parking lot next to the museum but it belongs to a funeral home and was closed because a funeral was in progress. We gave up and headed for the hotel.
No pictures today. I think Mary has a couple of pictures.
We hadn't planned, really, to go to see Motown, ...
9. Thomas Fox (1818-1848) Fox was a Methodist Circuit Rider, who married the daughter of David Rowland, Cornelia. He succumbed to the rigors of the circuit rider’s life at the age of 30. His widow later married a furniture and casket maker. She survived them both. They had lived at 106 East Dunlap.