Hampton Inn Joliet I-55
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... they were nice enough to cook fresh eggs, sausage, and french toast to order for me. I could smell the smokers working again and asked if any of the beef brisket was available - apparently it just came out. Sounds like lunch to me! I asked for a pound to go so we could have BBQ sandwiches for lunch on the road.
We left the St. Louis area about 11 a.m. This was a good move ...
This morning I left Dave to sleep and I went to see the National Shrine of St. Therese of Lisieux Fr. It was about ½ hour away from my Cousin's house in Bartlett.
The National Shrine of St. Therese is situated on a 50 acre Carmelite campus in Darien, Illinois. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.
The museum is a rich treasury of relics ...
... Mika without gaining or even building ANY understanding. I repeated (repeatedly), I used the phonetic alphabet, but she could not hear me say the 'L'. Several times she said yes I've got it now but when asked to read it back to me spelled "o...u...i...s...e...?" Torturous for both of us, she put Mike on the phone and we sorted it out. I was sweating with effort and patience and my food was cold. After more communication via email Mika agreed to send the photos on a disc ...
... to immerse himself in both worlds thus, was the most homesick. Upon going to Cape Town, I plan to be “where I am.” I plan on not getting caught up in what is going on back in the states but really soak up the people and experiences presented in Cape Town. In no way does this mean my friends and family back home mean any less to me. Their presence will be with me just in a different way.
In addition there is much I hope to take away and gain from ...
... this company, looks like we are going to move on to some new experiences (not sure what yet). So here we are the first race we came to, it brings back memories of not being very well prepared, losing my A/C unit on a over pass, and not really knowing what the rest of the year had in store for us. It's really kinda of cool, we have had people from all over the world that has followed or just read our travel blog......so ...