Hilton Grand Rapids Airport
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... to see but continued to put off. I also hope this trip will clarify some things about myself and help me work through some so-called issues. However, I'll settle for staying safe and having a plain old good time. I can't guarantee I'll get to blog everyday, but I will as often as I can. I hope you enjoy my adventures as much as I will. Feel free to laugh at, cry with, or just plain make fun of me in the process. I wouldn't have it any other ...
... at home. The reality we all come to face is that those people, the one’s standing beside us right now, are finite, and their connection to us will eventually dwindle to a close. It may be 40 years or a few hours, but eventually time and circumstance will take their toll, and we’ll be forced to separate from everything and everyone we love. All that travel does is manage to highlight that finitude. It forces us to examine the paper clutched in our hand; the ...
... got to go around and meet so many other inbounds, outbounds, and rebounds. Each of those groups were in different stages of their exchange. The outbounds, the group I'm currently in, is a large group of excited kids who just are ready to leave the country. I didn't meet one outbound out of their minds excited for this upcoming year! The inbounds are just getting ready to leave, so they were the saddest ...
... gardens, sculpture, the natural environment and the arts'. Consisting of 130 acres of indoor/ outdoor gardens including conservatories and green houses, seasonal displays, Perennial gardens, woodland shade gardens, farm garden, children's garden , arid garden, tropical Conservatory and a Japanese garden to be open end next year. Concerts are hosted through summer and the sculpture park includes more ...
... I sang in the Madrigals choir, fell asleep in Economics (and Geometry, Chemistry...), and fell in love with Biology (and Psychology, Statistics...and Spanish!). I was the worst writer in my AP Language Arts class, usually scoring a 3 out of 9. And I never thought I would study abroad. After all, that was for the rich kids, right?
In college I learned otherwise. As I worked towards ...