Holiday Inn Kalamazoo-West
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... of wine, boat ride on beautiful Hutchins Lake, good friends. Then, 11 of us gathered at The Butler in Saugatuck for dinner. We laughed, had such a good time, even though we have only been gone 3 weeks. We really are blessed to have such great friends. Went back to Schmidts, cracked open the bottle of Woodford Reserve, had shots with bourbon balls. WOW!
... My aunt looked at me, pointed at the bottom of my gut, and said to me "Tom you've been having too many beers". My friends proceeded to laugh their asses off. Sigh...that honesty. Another thing was the end of the study abroad program. I was packing my check in luggage and when I was finished I went to lift it up to guess if its overweight. I picked it up and was like...****...this is heavy as hell, much heavier than the ...
... so I took the liberty to take a selfie in the mirror. However keep in mind that this photo is not an accurate representation of my physical appearance due to the fact that:
a) I didn't do an ab set right before so...doesn't really count
b) The photo is unfiltered. Since every mirror picture is filtered nowadays, my unaltered photo just isn't realistic on any social media.
Either way, even ...
... get to China...so here goes: Steak N' Shake was good. The triple steak burger meal offers almost unbeatable dollar to calorie ratio. The s'mores milkshake was also excellent, I found myself eating the leftover gram cracker pieces with a spoon...it's all about how you finish. That being said, having the triple steak burger meal and the s'more ...
... young age that Jon would either succeed or ' flame out' to which Jonny retorted that he managed to do both! A few went off to bed by 10.30, a few hung out with more drinkies till 11 and Jonny, Jack and Jerry , the 3 terrible triplets, had yet a few more drinkies before calling it a night.For those not in the know, Jon describes fraternity as a social grouping which involved childish and sometimes banned initiation processes often including ...