Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Woodbury
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... that goes along with being in a seat in an inclosed space that isn't given by a roller coaster. There is no clanking from wheels on metal and old wood creaking as the roller coaster makes it assent. No. An airplane just starts slowly rising and suddenly you feel yourself being lifted, and then you are above building and clouds and you are in the sky... It is really quite something.
The flight lasted for maybe an hour and a half, and was really a great start to my trip.
... the time and my one of my dear, fun, funny college roommates, Elinor Bardach... We tried to reach Sharon Fischlowitz too, who lives in St Paul but she was on her HONEYMOON!
I called my cousin (of course!) Eric Creighton on Thursday. He was leaving for Sweden and Italy on Friday to visit his son Jack and help extend his Visa. Jack is studying abroad for a semester ...
... farm life, comfortable lakefront "empty nest"retirement life near children and grandchildren, the life of a young single mom living with her mom and within minutes of an aunt, uncle and cousins all of whom help to raise the 2 yr old, the lives of the professional ...
... a nice, healthy dinner with her mom (instead of the fried food that is ubiquitous on the road). We also had a chance to see Jennifer's brother Brian and our nephew Ethan today - it was great to see how excited Isaac was to be the "big" cousin for a change. Like all good days, it ended with a slumber party - Aviva sharing a bed with Adilynn, and Jennifer falling asleep next to Isaac while tucking him ...
... during the Viet Nam War, and Carmen was raised in Indonesia, our Asian experiences became a fast link in our friendship. During one of our first get-togethers, I remarked that I would like to see Bali and Lombok, and she asked if I had ever thought about Sri Lanka. I replied that I had thought of India but didn't know anything about Sri Lanka. The seed was planted. A trip to Sri Lanka took root.