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... thought we might stay there but changed mind and decided to head for Dubuque - on the Mississippi. that was not such a good idea as we could not find a motel on the road we were taking.
Had planned to have an early finish but it was not to be. decided to head for Prairie du Chien and look for dinner on the way. It was after 5.30. Passed through Luxemberg thinking it might be a place for a meal being on the crossway ...
... watched it and liked it but Sydney wanted nothing to do with it.
Today was really special. A baseball team called the Ghosts, walked out of the corn and played baseball in the field dressed in 1920s White Sox uniforms I think. It was a scene right out of the movie and there were several hundred people there to enjoy it.
Dad decided that a trip to the Field of Dreams should be a late inclusion in to the road trip.
It was a 4 hour drive from Chicago. When we arrived the field (just like in the movie) was there. On the field there were a lot of people playing baseball.
What happened next was awesome. The movie scene where the baseball players came out of the corn field was re-enacted. Some of those involved were in the original movie. ...
... at the Moline airport this morning together to meet everyone else at the Chicago airport! The butterflies/nerves are starting to kick in. I met Jenna and the other girls my freshman year at Iowa State through the Apparel program! We all expressed interest and desire to study abroad our freshman
year and have been dreaming about it ever since. I don't think any of us ever thought this day would come...and now that it has it all feels sooo surreal!
... I hope we can both come back to Florence together!
Since moving to college, I moved to Sandpoint, Idaho for the summer to take an Internship which is a whole another experience in itself. That summer was truly a growing experience for me professionally and personally and I'm ready to just keep growing and finding out who I am. I'm going abroad I won’t have the comfort of knowing the language or even the currency. As much as that ...