Courtyard by Marriott Boston Woburn / Burlington
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... drop my car off at Carols for when we return next week. So, we arrived pretty early at the airport. The drive from Novato can be unruly if you don't get out of the county by 7. So, we did figuring that with a First Class ticket, we would be able to access the United Club. THINK AGAIN. For the second time in three weeks we were denied entry into a Club because we were not flying international on our next leg of travel. ...
... of my door for the last time, I wondered how I would ever make it to Thanksgiving break. It seemed too far away.
Fast forward to now, me sitting in the airport on my way home to Minneapolis where I get to stay for an entire month. My flight is delayed, as it has been every time I fly home, and I am killing time. The best way to do that is to reflect on my first semester of college, right? That's what I thought.
I've been home two times already. I have seen my ...
... off to Dallas where we had a four hour layover, then on to Reno arriving at 10:15 PM. We stayed the night at the Spoo's, got up early the next morning and drove home. I had told Ken that I was going to take it easy unpacking and doing the laundry, just couldn't do it. In three hours I was unpacked, cleaned up after the cats, and done my laundry. You can't teach an old dog new tricks!
> What did I learn from this wonderful trip. That ...
... uncertain of what I have contributed, if anything, to their lives.
And this is the work of God. In the upside-down kingdom of Jesus, it isn’t surprising that the flow of value is from the least to the privileged, that the visitors leave with more gifts than they brought. It’s a slow realization that those who appear wealthy may have the wrong type of currency; the humble are rich in their simplicity, and the witnessing ...
... was right next to Fenway Park where the Red Sox (attempt to) play baseball and they were playing as we ate. We were tempted to go over to watch the game but unfortunately by the time dinner had finished there wasn't much time in the game left and the only tickets left were still $104.
We leave New England tomorrow for Canada but get to see the beautiful New Hampshire and Vermont scenery. From then onwards it is new territory for both of us.