Hampton Inn & Suites Grand Rapids Airport / 28th St
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... Grand Rapids, stopped by at some more of Crystal's friends who gave us a lift into town. Just so happened to have Spike the local school's Mascot. Went out to a couple of bars. Ended the night at a bar called Woods where Crystal used to work. Crystal lost her balance a little but more with each drink, eventually turning into someone that walked like a newly born ...
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But eventually growth takes its toll, and the disillusion of maturity is that innocence rarely lasts forever. We abandon that survival mentality for one of opportunity, and soon each individual is measuring themselves to see how they stack up to the competition. Am I smart enough? ...