Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Elk River
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... Funny people you meet!! Characters to remember!! At nightfall we headed to Jason's apartment and spent the evening chatting with him and another cousin, Matt, hearing funny funny stories and assisting in Jason's girl predicaments! Ask the Galpals! Jason was quite the host, always alert to the needs of a traveler as he is quite a traveler himself, and so as he headed off to his "lady friends house" we three got to spend the night in his bed with a ...
... about. Let tomorrow – actually every next moment - worry about itself! The Lord is here. With us, in everything. Through good and bad. All things. It is so wonderful to bask in Him!
We are home now. We were met by our children, Erick’s parents and Kristin at the airport and more family came to our home for soup and glorious salad (can’t eat fresh veggies much in India so the salad was SO WELCOME!) and ...
... Traveling around the holidays was a crazy experience and if I never have to do it again, I would be alright! We made it back to the states late in the evening. The next morning, Christmas Eve, we headed to Elk River and I was able to make my first surprise visit. I was surprising Britney, my good friend from high school who had her baby Adison back in August and I hadn't been able to meet her yet. I was so excited to get to see her and her ...
... were THIS MEANS WAR together and then I watched IRON LADY while Dan dozed. Not much sleep was achieved but cat-naps go a long way to survival. During the last hour of the flight we were served a breakfast of banana, hot egg sandwich, and OJ. Plenty of nourishment to keep us alive (of course we didn't burn many calories on that one trip to the lav).
This is the end of my study abroad adventure. I have successfully made it back to the U.S. and am now settled into my appartment in Minneapolis, MN. The day after my flight home, I left my things in my suitcase, packed up some more stuff, and drove 6 hours to Minneapolis. My place in Minneapolis is very nice, and was luckily fully furnished with pots, pans, and even towels (I'm in intern housing that the company provides). My roommate is very ...