Hampton Inn & Suites Rogers
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... later the GPS stopped in front of Eric's favorite restaurant: Q Cumber's in Edina. We had a great time filling our plates with unique blends of salad fixings and other yummy foodstuffs. Having left no corner of the extensive salad bar unexplored, nor any section of the kids coloring page blank, the girls next directed Eric to drive us to the Mall of America for the second part of the date.
Later we found out ...
... can understand me. I can understand them. Everything is simple again. It's all different, yet it's all the same.
I'm surprised how easy it's been to adjust back into my comfortable life. Turns out that 4 months is not THAT long. I still remember how to drive--even in the snow! Yet I still marvel. Buying a coffee is so fun because the barista knows what I'm talking about, and I can even make small talk with those ...
... swimming practice so she couldn't go with us, but Ryan came along as well as Mark's kids, Cole, Drew, and Raina. The free movie tonight was the original Toy Story, which we've all seen a million times and knew the dialog by heart!
Wednesday I went with Sara, Ryan and my brother Al to see the Minnesota Lynx hosting the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA. It was YMCA kids ...
... an idea of just how small Minneapolis is - while in the parking lot, we ran into Jessica - Jennifer's sister. Or maybe that's just an indication of how often Jessica visits Target. (As an aside, the population of Calgary is almost exactly the same as the population of Minneapolis without St. Paul - about 1.2 million.)
The afternoon was filled with more intense silliness. Lots of time swimming, jumping and Isaac pretending to be ...
... on vacations and breaks to other nearby countries. Once I returned to school I worked at the Study Abroad Office as a representative for the College of Business. My job was to promote the program that I once went on to encourage other students to have the same experience as I had. All of these experiences combined have prepared me for adapting to and accepting cultures different from my own. Learning something different concerning cross cultural training during each of ...