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... It's like Greek mythology with "winter is fun" the only discernible lesson; I'm hopelessly confused. But you'll find ice sculptures, an ice bar with Summit Winter Ale, and a parade (among other activities). On the first Saturday, we also found a 40-degree sunny day. Teehee. In Minnesota, in January.
On the surface, this seems like the ...
... having him snuggle me!
Later he nuzzled in to my head!
I re-set my alarm to 4:45 but got up at 4:35 anyway…lat minute check on the MacBook and dragged some t-shirts out as I hadn’t though of pj material! I took those down and slipped them into the front panel of my suitcase.
Karly hadn’t slept all night and was almost packed. ...
... Back to Fred's, picking up some Italian take-out, watch a bit of TV and visit before this old lady decided she needed to head back to the hotel. I'm pretty packed and trying not to be nervous about waking up so early!
P.S. We had a very easy trip back to TX, despite no sleep with an early start...AND I weighed in 1.8 down from last month, lost my trip gain! Hurrah! Perfect end to anniversary/holiday week.
... the day with kids who go to school in the city dump (if you want to have "fun"...google the city dump, and "la limonda" in Guatemala City). There are more than 120 kids that are attending school in a 3 bedroom house. The stories from here are amazing. But you will have to wait until Friday to hear more about this.
The other part of this trip is something I've been referring to as "visioning." Looking around, there ...
... some Americans a little slack. Our country is very large. Amazingly it is also very similar across the whole country. Certainly there are many ethnic groups, but most people are of European descent. This makes it different to see people of other cultures. Hopefully Americans can learn that learning about other cultures is good.