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... their family and I was made to feel so welcome. Both Ian and Thyra went out of their way to make my time in Seattle so memorable with Ian taking a day off from his work schedule - perhaps given his 18 hour days - no bad thing aside from then having to work even longer to catch up. Thyra juggled all her child care and work commitments to be tour guide par excellence and we had fun exploring the ...
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Before entering Chihuly, Dick happened to notice a guy with a green and white shirt on. YES, folks, a fellow Spartan alumnus (of mine) who was going to the big game between Oregon and Michigan State on Saturday. Going to be a very tough game. MSU is an 11 point underdog. That is better than the two TD spread from a couple of days ago! Keeping my fingers crossed!!! Hope that State can do what they did ...
... and said they had rooms available for us for tonight and
tomorrow. Cheers, big ears. Ohwell, nothing to be done about tonight, but we
snagged the room for Sunday and went down to the front desk of the Moore to
politely request that we only stay one night. The guy was super nice about it
and just changed it, no problem. So only one night at double the price, much
better than two at least. We spent the afternoon in our surprisingly nice hotel
Hey peeps, I thought it was about time I update my blog. Guess what? I am now working, well off and on. I had my first week last week. I registered with 3 different temping agencies and one of them contacted me a few days later asking if I'd be interested in 2 days of reception work with a heating/ventilating and air conditioning company. 2 days turned into 4 which is good. The girl that normally does the job met me there and gave me a 10 minute run through of what ...
... to believe it's that same darling little child you see here.] There's a good reason that sleep deprivation is used as a means of torture.
While I was very, very fortunate to have had babies who liked sleep as much as I did, I've had my share of sleep issues the past few years -- nothing like what Erin's been through, of course -- so I know it's not fun. Which is why this recent and unwelcome change in her sleep routines has gotten ...