Hampton Inn Clinton
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... and Arizona will not be taken to slaughter. It is breathtakingly beautiful. Scott continues to comment about how he feels like Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn as we go through all these river hollows lined with trees and slow moving streams. We stopped in Butler for a snack and a cute elderly lady (84) asked Scott if we were runners. He told her about our trip. Se asked me to look her up online. Leslie Nivens. Se was on her way to Omaha ...
... attempt to find where I'm supposed to be going
*For those wondering where Qatar is, it is nestled right in between Saudi Arabia and Iran. I figure it's pretty safe.
I really excited, except I still have a whole lot of reading and packing for my trip. Studying abroad in Africa requires a lot of preparation.
I'll update this again before I take off.
... you, sister-in-law)
It was really sad leaving and knowing that I will never see some of these people again in my life (I'm looking at you, seniors). I miss being back in Tulsa a whole lot.
Well, I'll update you all whenever it get's closer to go and tell you my flights and stuff.
I'm back in Warrensburg for a few days before I head out to Tulsa on Thursday. I'm excited to see everyone, but it's going to be really sad because this might be the only time I may seem some of the seniors again in my life. Rough.
But I'm just chilling for the next couple of days.
See you soon,
Today is such a beautiful day. The sun is shining and the smell of fresh cut grass is in the air. It's about 80 degrees and going to be a perfect day to play outside. I am anxious for my family's adventure to start and can only imagine the white sandy beaches and the smell of salt in the air. I can already hear Jimmy Buffet playing in the background as I envision the fun that will be having shortly.