Days Inn - Ottumwa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to wake her cousin Barb. At first it wasn't so bad. But the attempts to wake Barb became more often and forceful. But Barb wouldn't remain awake for more than 30 seconds or so. Vicki insisted the cause of this sleepiness was the bi-polar medicine the doctor prescribed. I was leaning towards an overdose of something or just a really bad mixture of meds.
Vicki was nagging on Barb for something almost constantly. She wanted Barb to eat something but Barb wasn't ...
Tuesday, July 25
We traveled through the rest of South Dakota and made it into Ames Iowa last night. This morning we have traveled to Des Moines and then into Fairfield which is a cute little town in South central Iowa and also happens to be the home of one of our dearest friends, Sally Denny.
Sally was a member of my choir during the short time we where in Hickory, North Carolina and she was a member of the Scotland tour choir this past June. ...
... is now in the other vehicle and can go back to sweep the route. We made a few more signs, tried to find a car wash for the Queen (HA!) and made a quick stop to the post office. Other than that, I was able to relax until around 3 when the riders started showing up. We had dinner at the city square too which was in the middle of their downtown. Lots of people came out to support the riders and I talked with a couple of WW2 vets. Brian and I snuck away at ...
... maternal mortality rate 639 deaths per 100.000 live deliveries are among the highest in the world. Nepal is "the deadliest place in the world to give birth outside Afghanistan and a clutch of countries in sub Saharan Africa" according to a 2006 report by the Red Cross. 60% of children under the age of 5 are malnourished.
Over the past few months we have been updating our immunizations to include typhoid fever ...
Tomorrow is the big day. I am sitting at my dining room table right now with all the things that are going to keep me comfortable, clothed, healthy (hopefully), and connected. Oh, and the things that are going to let me listen to music too. Because that is, of course, important.
The bag of gatorade packets, immodium, and antibiotic make me a little nervous. I guess what happens happens. It won't keep me from trying the foods, for sure. I am looking forward to experiencing a life ...