Extended Stay America - Chicago - Gurnee
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... will be football, football, and more football! Michigan State is in the Rose Bowl so I have a serious interest this year! Bob? He is interested in every single game whether the team is of interest of not!
Zander continues to grow by leaps and bounds! He is up to 12.5 pounds now...I told Makana that she must be making "milk shakes"! The kids are great about Facetiming or Skyping every day so we have been following ...
At some point over the last trip to Africa, it dawned on me that if the whole family was going to make it to Tanzania together it would have to be this summer. With Lauren's marriage to Paul coming up in June, 2014 and Jay's freshman year of college looming, next summer or any summer in the near term didn't look promising. So we simply posited that we would go and left the details to fall into place. That is considerably easier for me to do ...
... the kitchen open late to feed us last night and BIG thanks to the large dude on the CTA Blue Line train for not robbing and shanking us on our 45 minute train ride into Chicago at 11:30 pm.
So, plan is to sleep, maybe hit Chicago but to be at airport EARLY again to make sure we are ready to board and not lose our seats...again. Have spoken with Craig and he's doing well. The Joel Tour is set to continue tomorrow morning with the car rental portion of the trip out of London - ...
... they had learned about in the day before's boat tour. After crossing through the more suburban side of Chicago, we had arrived in Evanston.
We parked the car and ate at Clarke's, a little diner that Mom and I had discovered on our previous trip. There were cinnamon roll pancakes, and chocolate chip pancakes, and vanilla milkshakes, continuing our tradition of breakfasting like champions. The orange juice there is fresh squeezed, and ...
... I do love amusement parks though. I feel as if life is nothing
but chasing that feeling. The butterflies in your stomach
right before the floor drops out from underneath you. The
moment at the top end of the pirate ship when you're
suspended in the air for those few precious seconds,
stuck between going up & coming down. And that first
peak of the rollercoaster, when you see the ...