Howard Johnson East Lansing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of our adventures. She'll turn 93 when we return and we can't wait to tell her all about our adventures!
Thank you to my parents for a delicious Tuscan dinner to get us ready for Italy. We are all looking forward to tasting the food in Italy....okay maybe not Emery so much. Max Hornak, Emery may follow in your footsteps and be ordering a lot of pizza!
As a friend said in his recent blog posts from Italy....
Ciao for now!
... right down. It was wonderful once again to catch up with this extended family. We also got lucky and Gary offered us a quart of Diana’s tomatoes to take on our trip.
We got back to the camper just in time to see the last rays of another beautiful sunset over the lake. Also saw a family fishing in the sunset. I told Peg that that was the way it ought to be with the woman paddling and the man fishing. For some reason she did not ...
... will be the night.
The last day of school also means the end of an era for the Miller family. We have had a student at Horizon Elementary School since we moved to Holt. All three of our kids spent at least one year at the school and Sophie having spent all of her elementary years here. We have many wonderful memories including Fall Festivals, Mileage and Breakfast Clubs, many Camp Horizons, Math and Science ...
... your parents?"
"Oh no, Mom was raised Catholic, but the church ostracized her when she married Dad, who is an atheist. Dad didn't want religion to poison us, so Mom helped us sneak out the back door on Sundays, and gave us coins to put in the tray at the end of the service."
"So, are you Catholic or Protestant?"
"Neither; I believed in God in my youth, but over time, I doubted His existence."
... about you?”
“I’m from Detroit. I hope you don’t mind the top bed.”
“No, not at all, although, I think it would be better if we separate the beds and form an L-shape along two walls instead of me climbing up over you every night.”
“That’s a good idea.”
“I’ll unpack my things, and decorate this side of the room,” I suggest.