Fairfield Inn & Suites Grand Rapids
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
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... going home sweetie," and she responded with "we go back to Karyn's house, see Mallory!" Needless to say, the family made quite an impression on her! Thankfully we came home with lots of pictures for her to "see" everyone until we are able to visit again!
Thankfully this ride went much smoother! Reagan must have really had a fun week, poor little sleepy head didn't even make it to Chicago before she was out. We stopped at the same exit for lunch as we did on the way up there, ...
... way, the entire state of Michigan she was a mess, then again who can blame her, being buckled in a car seat for 9+ hours with only a few stops to get out and move is enough to make anyone go mad! As soon as we arrived we were greeted with hugs, smiling faces, and helpful hands to bring in our luggage. With that we all forgot just how chaotic the trip there had been! We got all of our stuff inside ...
... his child, McCann says:'there is nothing more substantial to place against the cruelty of the world than language'. I love this, more potent, I agree, than any other art form when dealing with the concrete ...but how about the abstract.....great, serious music is a different thing, able to transport to other realms, to stir emotions directly and immediately, both joy and sadness.
Arriving at the airport in Lansing Michigan, an ...
... see my mom and Emily starting to tear up. I then decided it was time for me to go. Standing up I put my stuff on and started giving everyone their last hug. Mom was first, and the tears started before I could even get my arm around her. We hugged and moved on. I was teary eyed, but I was ok. As I was making my way to the the entrance to the terminal, I looked back and my mom was right behind me holding onto my suitcase as if not letting go of ...