Courtyard Chicago/St. Charles
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... and then in the afternoon we visited another family's home which was further out in a more rural setting. Beautiful. The boys shot some targets outside while the girls stayed indoors (it was so cold!) and played 'Qwirkle'. So fun to say the word how they do - a rrrreal rrrrrr sound - qwirrrrrkle!!! Heehee! It's funny how they love our 'accent'. What's with that?!! Blessed again by warm hospitality - very ...
... wet almost immediately. So now, we're parked without electric, without the use of our generator, with the windows closed and it is HOT.
Never mind the fact that John thinks he may have figured out why I've been feeling ill the last few days...our kitchen sink had been leaking and upon further investigation, it was smelling REALLY musty under there and we're wondering if there's some sort of airborne mold or whathaveyou ...
Wow, I can't believe how soon this trip has come to a close! We will be sleeping in our own beds by tomorrow night! Anyways, we got up this morning, ate breakfast, and started driving to Brian and Lynette Plank's house outside Pittsburg. We stopped briefly for lunch, then drove on. We arrived for supper, which was hamburgers, again! They were good, though. Nate, Jack, and I played ping-pong until we went to ...
... move. Jodi Tom & Kym all came back over with dinner and beer and wine and more funWe were happy to be part of the excitement and energy surrounding the newlywed’s new home-ownership! There is always action and activity in this family. School, business, athletics, social life…and we loved feeling welcome and being included.
... moment we made it to the spires of steel and metal.
After arriving home, we tended to home business. I contracted with a builder to dig up my curse of hedges (that have turned into trees) and replace it with a nice 6 foot privacy fence. That turned out to be quite an adventure. We also dealt with the usual and not so usual fun of feeding and growing a baby from scratch. We are impatient and about three months away from adding a traveler to our trio. In fact, ...