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... I’m Mike from 'ull and I’m not very green fingered. Oh right, I’m Jess, nice to meet to, my husband will be out in a minute...
With the three of us now out gardening Jess, Karl and their two young girls returned from Sunday service and invited us over for lunch. This very same day at 12 noon. This is what happens when your agenda from the day is ‘flexible’, office speak for I’ve go nowt to do.
Lunch it ...
Monday August 3 - Day 21
Mall of America shopping day! We were at the mall at 10:00 and ready to tackle back to school shopping. It was pretty quiet in the mall initially but did get a little busier as the day went on. The mall is owned by the same company as West Edmonton Mall. The foot print of this mall is less than West Ed but I think it is laid out a lot better. There are 3 floors that basically go in a circle. You can’t get ...
... shopping mall in the United States, in terms of retail space. The Mall of America's 42 million annual visitors equal roughly eight times the population of the state of Minnesota. The Mall employs over 11,000 workers year-round and 13,000 during peak seasons - that's a lot of people with jobs!
We started out looking at stores, but soon felt it was best to just separate and let everyone do their thing - Laneshia ...
... me to the pilgrimage, and I a little searching told me that the trails were still in existence and walked by modern travelers. This is going to give me an unprecedented opportunity to study architecture and French language. The trip combines two things I love: art history and hiking. Even still, I know that it's going to be a challenge.
If you want to keep up with my travels, I plan on posting more to this blog while I'm abroad.
Thank you to my MoPo friends for the food and the drink but mostly the conversation.
And then there's Family Night. Every Tuesday for the past 8 years, I've enjoyed dinner with my Minnesota family. We humor each other's whims: "it's finally 40 degrees, let's grill" or "let's make Hanukkah" ...