Mounds View Days Inn Twin Cities North
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... 8217;s. I think it’s a traveling tradition that every year on the very first night that we arrive in Florida, we go to Chili’s for dinner. I got a cheese burger with fries and a Sprite. It was yummy!
So, I think it’s been about a week now but it sure doesn’t feel like it! I hope the rest of my holiday is so jam packed, I can’t even have another glass of Sprite!
... 8217;s gift of medical knowledge and skills. I was (and am) OK with this. The Lord was gracious enough to show me some of the gifts I provided to others while on this trip. I am grateful for this but I still have pride to face. My pride showed/shows because my humanness wants me to be worthy. It can be a slippery slope of comparison! Oh dear, now I sound like the disciples, wondering who among them is the greatest!
... a very, very hot Wednesday afternoon, so after book club, Hannah, Noah, Mrs. Shields and I all went to an ice-cream shop called Licks! I got cookies and cream ice cream which was delicious!
For dinner, we went to one of my dad’s friend’s house which was really nice for my dad to catch up with one of his old friends! His name is Kirby and he, his wife and three kids live in a gigantic house! We ate dinner late, having it at ...
... of course looked big to me as someone who had never ridden a plane, but my head was hitting the ceiling and there were two aisles, one with two seats and one with one.
I looked at my ticket until I found my seat... the back, right next to the bathroom. Oh great.
I had an aisle seat, and I waited and it looked like no one was going to come and sit by me, so I thought I might get to use both seats, but at the very last minute a guy came to the back and, almost ...
... made my last trip so miserable. I ask the Universe, "WTF?" and my enthusiasm for my adventure plummets as I imagine hobbling across Isle Royale in tears.
A bit more than a week before my departure, my back is still sore, and now I start having abdominal pains. Cramps? It's too soon for my period, which is scheduled (to my dismay) to start the minute I set foot on Isle Royale. Gas? Cancer? I don't worry too much, until four days later, when the pain has not gone away and has, ...