Holiday Inn Denver-Parker-E470/Parker Road
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... would end up being closer to seven hours long; and it wasn't because of traffic, weather, or even the kids. Art wanted to stop at every historic marker and national park, to take a picture of course! So, the kids and I went along for the journey and lived in the moment. Art and Artie headed up a steep 1/2 mile hike to see Doc Holiday's grave in Glenwood Springs. Liam, Marina, and I hung out at the local library, which housed many children's ...
... got a chance to meet many more people and have great talks.
We had such an amazing time in Colorado that we had to stay an extra day (left on Tuesday morning). Sarah got to spend more time with her friend Katie and woke up on Tuesday morning asking if Katie could come for a sleep over. We would love it if all the families that we've met and bonded with along this journey would come to Portland for a sleep over! :)
... a political career is for anyone with a desire to make a difference.
And finally, part of our Denver program was to attend the Women + Film VOICES Film Festival in order to view the movie “GIRL RISING”, a new feature film about the power of education to change a girl and the world. This movie demonstrates that there is so much work to be done in helping women contribute fully and equally within ...
... head off to school where her love, and four sisters and brother for that matter, still lies. So, again, during the process of packing up I was determined to keep calm and not induce any tears (on both our parts).
Sitting among my plethora of clothes, shoes, toiletries, and a nineteen-year-old stuffed polar bear, faith in the unknown perfectly fit between all the crevices in my suitcase. That ...
More excuses. More blaming the customer. Then after hearing our (relatively rational, under the circumstances) complaints, he told us we were being disrespectful, and tried to end the conversation. We did get some compensation from the ordeal, but it really shouldn't have to be this way.
No, really, it ended on that unsatisfying note. At least we didn't come home to 3 feet of snow or come down with norovirus. ...