Extended Stay America - Denver - Aurora South
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... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...
... that our flight would be delayed by 2 hours!!! Aggghhh! We were having flashbacks to Atlanta. We passed the time walking the airport terminal, reading, and watching movies. Once again, the kids did amazingly well. This time it turned out to be a four hour wait. Maybe flying isn't such a good idea for the Lane family.
Thankfully, we made it safely to Denver. I believe that I went ...
... in her hair! I immediately called Ed at home and asked him to Google just how these things are passed to others. He told me that if eggs (no lice) are found, then only head-to-head contact is a risk. I was able to get my manicure, but per local health rules, DeeDee had to shut the salon down for disinfection after I left. I am glad my appointment was early in the morning, because otherwise this would have caused a delay in leaving for Denver.
... childhood looks like in their community and service. Another proposal Christine put to me was writing a chapter in a book that she and a colleague are looking at writing , what an honor this would be. Lara was surprised that her mother could have the possibility to have something published before her. This would give me even more of a drive to work with communities about what early childhood means to them. This is a conversation we have ...
... head off to school where her love, and four sisters and brother for that matter, still lies. So, again, during the process of packing up I was determined to keep calm and not induce any tears (on both our parts).
Sitting among my plethora of clothes, shoes, toiletries, and a nineteen-year-old stuffed polar bear, faith in the unknown perfectly fit between all the crevices in my suitcase. That ...