Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lansing-Okemos (MSU Area)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Following a snowfall of at least twelve inches, we are on the road, southbound! Fortunately, we were plowed out on sunday midday. Although the snow removal service didn't show up by 9 a.m. on Monday prior to our departure, as we had hoped, Larry was able to make enough Jeep tire tracks in the 6 inches of snow to enable the RV to get out. Once in the subdivision, it was obvious that we could be ...
... Should be interesting. My college cafeteria had two or three choices for each meal and I thought that was big-time back then. (Ya know, compared to, "This is dinner. If you don't like it, go make yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.") ...
... WWIII in our dining room, arguing over things such as which color goldfish cracker to buy and how many pairs of socks our kids should pack.
Two days left before we leave. Everything's a mess but at least the
stickers from etsy have arrived and are on the kids new water bottles.
Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
... to, and it didn’t have to relate to Biology. He always knew the answers to our questions. I tried to stump him when I asked, In Mark Twain’s book, ‘Tom Sawyer,’ they knew that the dead body floating down the river was a man; how did they know the sex of the body from a distance? My teacher replied, ‘Since women carry more adipose tissue in their chest than a man, a woman’s dead body floats on her back ...