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My week at the Mayo Clinic is over and we have arrived back at "home" in Illinois!
My surgery was on November 14...a long day for every one involved! Bob and I woke up at 4:00am in order to be at the hospital by 5:15am. Just like DisneyWorld, there were lines forming for check ins at 5:15, 5:30, 5:45, and 6:00am...and we were told that we were lucky that we were the first surgery of the day. We were taken on a confusing and winding ...
... probably the last major adventure without the baby, who I will call "The Monkey" until she earns a more modest name. (Andrew named her when he saw her jumping around on the ultrasound. "She looks like a monkey," he dismissively mumbled.)
People wonder if that means I will slow down and I got to say, I do not know. My boy was raised on these summer trips, but he was born in April. I might have to prepare the Monkey by driving around the block for a few hours every ...
... in New Orleans. We took a drive into the city down Lake Shore Drive to check out the city lights and maybe Navy Pier. But fog and cold kept us in the car. I have walked the downtown area many times but it is a lot different to drive it. Yikes, so many pedestrians. Will return in the morning rarin to ...
... perfect! Not only is Chicago my new favorite city (other then NYC of course), but Babs and I had the opportunity to catch up with old family friends we hadn't seen in over a decade. We had such a wonderful time reminiscing and sharing memories from our childhood and it amazed me how fast we seemed to get back to the way things were. It is so comforting to know we are back in each other's lives after all this time. Thank you facebook for connecting ...
Well, my journey has officially begun. I made it successfully from Peoria to O'Hare, and now I have the pleasure of spending several hours waiting for my 13+ hour flight to Beijing.
For those of you interested in following my trip, I will be blogging here (hopefully fairly regularly!) I am taking a six-week immersion Mandarin course at the Beijing Language and Culture University -- http://www.blcu.edu.cn/blcuweb/english/ index-en.asp
While I am in China, I will be ...