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... ahead as we try to connect with as many people as possible before we leave town. I'd say we may be getting slightly weary of suitcase living and mini-van messes…but all the time spent in the outdoors, all the amazing parks the kids have enjoyed, and all the phenomenally cool and breezy (dare I say sweatshirt and jeans) evenings have made the sacrifices all worth ...
... give me that baby!"
She is precious - the picture of perfection - a face you'd see on a baby commercial... If my family is already the reason to be closer to home, she is the cherry on top.
I tried to make the most out of every single day this summer. I put aside my normal aversion to dining-out and went on as many lunch/dinner dates with my family as I could (although I did try to sway the vote to a backyard BBQ as often as ...
... that. Supposedly the clear soup is just like French beef consommé and the herbs added came from China to give its uniqueness. I can see this as a plausible story.
Then we went to D-Bar Desserts which was really awesome. Throw away the calorie counter because I had a huge chocolate cake with a thick vanilla malt milkshake and Yang had a delicious Orange soufflé. We then walked down to a local micro-brewery called Vine Street Pub. It had ...
... that made moving in stress free and hassle free! However that's about all I can remember from my first day on campus. I'm not even sure what I did after setting up my room nor if I even ate dinner in the dining hall. I think I did but who knows! The first few days ran in a similar pattern. I know I did things during Orientation Week, but I can only give out the major events, like hiking half way to Chicago Lake or ...
... We couldn't help but laughing. The only thing we could figue was the scenario when monkeys fling poo... This man made it clear that he does not fling poo because he doesn't "give a flying ****." :-)
We finally got in at about 11:30 Thursday evening to a hotel out by the airport. In keeping with our self-imposed rule we only purchased one hotel room. Most hotels will not allow 7 people in a ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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