Fairfield Inn & Suites Joliet North/Plainfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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i know you not gonna belive but i did it. i just hit the illinois lottery i m the only winner of all jackpot. i just cashed ...
... etc but it was well and truly gone - wallet, money, cards, phone (with photos) camera (more photos) new gloves, and fish-cat hat. The flash drive I'd put all the San Fran pics on back at the Copy Place in San Francisco was in the bag too. Thankfully Shell and Rich were extremely gracious and refused to allow this event to ruin my trip; Richard offering to cover me financially until we got home or I got a new card.
I spent until 6am cancelling cards, ...
... entered, we were ready to roll....and we made it all the way to Paw Paw (10 miles!) before we stopped for the first time. The trailer was acting jittery and Tim stopped to check the tires before we got too far down the road. The trailer passed inspection, so we had a quick chat with the camper and asked it to settle down. It complied, and we were able to drive 3 hours without incident. Around 1am (midnight central!) ...
... capacities and react differently to stress...” Nelson Mandala separated from his wife and children formed a “family” with the men he was serving his sentence with on Robben Island. While this abroad experience is in no way similar to a prison sentence, those going on the trip (we) too will be temporarily separated from our support system and given a new one. I cannot do this abroad experience alone. I will be placed outside of my comfort zone, ...
... when I have big plans set up. I mean like plans that take a year or two to achieve or longer. I get somewhat obsessed and OCD with all the planning and preparation. And I also have realized that this is good for me....rather than the years I have wandered around aimlessly repeatedly thinking "I should do something" It gives me purpose and drive and I need that. I am at my happiest when I have these big goals and plans ahead of ...