Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Airport - Eagan - South
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... will take Tom's Prius. Jared will join us for the second week.
We left home at about 7:45 a.m. and with our goal being 7:00, I thought we did pretty well. I'm almost sure that being late by less than an hour is some kind of record for us. Anyway, it's not bad for getting six people and all their stuff out the door.
As we were driving down the interstate, a little beyond Chicago, Chloe yelled, "Hey, that was Grandpa and Grandma!" Sure enough...my mom and ...
... into a new home a few years ago right on the river in the Mill district. It’s hard to miss, what with it being electric blue from head to toe and all, but really cool. The Guthrie is a good neighbor – the building is open to the public every day (except Monday – what do artsy types hate Mondays so much?). They have a great viewing platform that juts out towards the river and another “box” near the top of the building that you can ...
Right now we are on a high-speed train from Paris to Amsterdam for our return flight from Amsterdam to Minneapolis. Not sure on the speed of this thing, 120 mph perhaps, but it is smooth and we are flying along. Soon to approach Belgium. Jenny is napping and I am loving the free wi-fi on the train. What a ...
... I flew to Paris. Watched a couple movies on the way (Horrible Bosses... wire funny... and the first part of Beasts of the Southern Wild... must finish that one). Ahhhh Paris. It's amazing how much high school French comes back to you when you hear it being spoken. Looking forward to spending some time in Paris someday with a certain gentleman whom I adore and miss already. Stay tuned for first impressions of ...
... Biology class at Edina High School and a 7th grade Life Science class at Sanford Middle School.
Edina was a perfect introduction. I took part in the first week of teacher meetings and got to know the science department pretty well and felt welcomed in. I could see myself part of that group in the future. It was neat to plan and prepare lessons for motivated students, who, for the most part, wanted to be there and worked hard. ...