Hampton Inn & Suites East Lansing / Okemos
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... Freshman! Two in high school? aaahhhhh!!
Thanks to Malissia Stone we had a celebratory dinner at Red Robin last night. The guys were in heaven with the burgers and bottomless fries! Pearson and Kirk watched "Captain America - The Winter Soldier" and Emery headed off to a end of year bonfire at a friend's house. A great start to what will hopefully be ...
... br> We picked up our train tickets and some of our hotel reservations last week as well. This week we are hoping to finalize places we want to see so we can purchase tickets ahead of time....recommended for some of the busier places we want to see in Italy. Truthfully though, knowing how we have traveled in the past, somethings we might not decide to do until we're there and that's okay with us.
So until next week.....enjoy the pictures!
... square with their name on it. Kirk was given a beautiful stole made up of all the Confessions the church had been working through all year and I was given a lovely Prayer Shawl. So kind and thoughtful. Our squares will be traveling with us as we journey this summer.
Thank you to Kirk's parents who drove over from their visit ...
... payers needed to be to the right. I learned quickly that I could avoid stopping and bypassing the tolls to pay later. The short visit in West Bend was nice and the following day I was on the road again, this time to LaCrosse. Had a nice little visit with my uncle while dropping off my cousins bike, and then I was truly on the road again!
Arriving in Holmen around 4, I jumped out of the car and ran after my little niece! My body was craving the movement ...
... we had the championship game for the younger kids (10-15 year olds). A few of the kids were extremely skilled and looked like they have received some private coaching. The game was sloppy but even the whole way through. I thought that it was cool that the older kids coached the younger kids. This is exactly what Casey and Isa's mission is trying to accomplish... promote basketball (and other life skills) to younger players, as well as promote basketball ...