Days Inn Monticello
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... for myself, which is so exhilarating. More importantly, I realized that I could deal with a lot on my own. I could depend on myself for anything. With that knowledge, I truly feel as though I could take on the world. Maybe I will :)
From here, I'm hoping I continue to strive for more in daily life. I don't want to settle for routine or boredom. I want to see the world with new eyes, every day. There is so much to ...
... weeks. Also Jaye got married? What?!?! 2. Steve talked for approximately ten minutes...it was supposed to be sixty seconds. The man is unreal but I think that by the end of the week I might get a lot of sympathy from others. 3. Our team is by far the most normal which doesn't set the bar very high. 4. Karen Weigman is as straggly and unkept as the curriculum she develops Fast forward to the state of the union by MB. ...
... that were in some Chinese lessons I have, and the characters came out different. I believe, however, that the point will get across. What I propose is to have some cards, or small slips of paper, with phrases in Chinese on one side and their English translations on the other. Think of it as a much more direct phrase book. (One that doesn't depend on you and your language butchery skills). I believe having single phrases on separate pieces of paper is ...
... at the beginning of World War I. Hoover was the first President to be born west of the Mississippi River. During his career he accomplished so much, including proposing a federal Department of Education (not passed), advocated a $50/month pension for Americans over 65 (not passed – Roosevelt would later be given credit for this act – i.e., the beginning of Social Security), giving children the right to health care, closing down ...
... chock full of blokes. I'd guess there were close to thirty blokes hoeing into their meals telling probably their latest fishing and hunting stories to each other. I think I only saw one woman amongst them. Obviously, this was a blokey store. Sauli and I tried an elk burger while Peter tried the bison. Hard to say what the taste reminded us of … possibly beef but different. Had to laugh how much the boys were copying their dad…. they ...