Holiday Inn Express Grand Rapids North
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The beginning of this story is a long one, a chapter that has lasted 21 years, and has lead me to this exact moment where I am standing on the edge of this jumping point hoping that I have everything packed, that my flights aren't canceled, and (most importantly) that my heart finds the peace set aside for this expedition.
I grew up in Grand Rapids, MI. I went to East Kentwood High ...
... books, journals and long skirts. There's something raw to being able to carry all you need on your back. It's freeing to realize how portable you are, how much you can sustain and rely on yourself.
My bags are all packed and sitting in a row by the door like a strangers shoes, itching to leave. There's last minute lists ...
There was a time when I didn't care what my hair looked like. I strutted through the day without muscles or looks and carried with me the confidence of someone that had both. Maybe that was indifference. Maybe that was just the ego-boosting granted by the infatuation of others. Regardless, it was a different mentality, as I've spent so much of the recent past in reserved introspection.
"You make me forget myself." Lou Reed said ...
... was going to make me not go, following me, unable to keep herself together. It was as if I was never coming back. I love my parents, family, and friends, and seeing my Mom like that really made me realize what I will be missing for the next three months. The next thing I knew I was crying a lot harder and my mom pulled me in for a last hug that seemed to have lasted an eternity. She finally let go of me and I turned around, still crying, ...
We got on the bus and met Mary and Mary and Margaret and Carson and Brigitte. Carson was interesting as he had been a Methodist minister for 27 years and then converted to the Eastern Church.
He provided lots of wonderful insights, but I sort of stopped listening when he said Starbucks was evil because of its stand on same-sex marriage and how it was addicting people to coffee by injecting drinks with nicotine. He knew ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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