Country Inn & Suites Coon Rapids
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Well it is officially eight weeks, as of tomorrow, until I ship off to Hawaii to visit with friends and family before I leave for Senegal. Time has absolutely FLOWN by, considering I have been waiting almost a year since I was nominated for this position.
I am still at a point of obliviousness when it comes to what I need to pack, where my orientation will be in the states and where my final placement will actually be ...
I got up very early on Saturday, March 10 for my trip to Istanbul, via New York. It wasn't meant to be.
joined the spring break crowd at the airport on Saturday morning. It
was a VERY long wait through the security lines. It was made even
longer by the TSA agents closing down 1/3 of the scanners during this
very busy time. ...
... surf and dont have a bed and sleep in a different home on a settee every week. There is real poverty here. Children who have nothing and see school as the only thing in there lives which will take them out of it. I keep thinking of my son Sam. He is only 2 and already seen a Rugby game at Wembly stadium. Over here though, you have 11 year olds mad about sport and yet have never seen a game because they ...
... 8230;.. Sauli still has that Aussie casualness like myself (although I think I'm more casual then him now) and time slipped away on us as we organized the ten kids. I find leaving the house at the best of times 'an epic journey' so having to ensure the winter gear was all on was just a mammoth undertaking. Peter's remark halfway through this all was, 'I'm already feeling tired!' This morning I had the added joy of dealing with a painful ...
... imagination. Pretzels, gummy bears, lifesavers, crackers, sprinkles, sugar coated rings, mini marshmallows, were cemented together using coloured icing plus a paper plate as a base.
This was a perfect activity today Jenn said to me as there was a clipper happening today. Clipper? Huh? That's a term for a snow falling in a localised area and the snowflakes are large. Jenn added that the Inuits (Eskimos) had a huge number ...