Marriott Minneapolis Airport
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... 8217;s inseam is a couple of inches less than mine.
Something about Laura’s face makes me think it’s time to shut up or she’ll be talking Zan out of the trip.
Industrious, Zan does her own research. “I read online that the Minong eats the weak,” she emails one day. Well, it sure ate me last time. I just hope it will go better this year.
I don’t want to break down crying in front of Zan.
And so it begins...
P.S. When I pulled away from the curb, the local oldies station started "Just What I Needed" by the ...
... into a new home a few years ago right on the river in the Mill district. It’s hard to miss, what with it being electric blue from head to toe and all, but really cool. The Guthrie is a good neighbor – the building is open to the public every day (except Monday – what do artsy types hate Mondays so much?). They have a great viewing platform that juts out towards the river and another “box” near the top of the building that you can ...
... Newark NJ, then NJ to Oslo. I love planes. I will arrive at 10am Norwegian time or 3am CST (7 hours ahead).
What I need from you all: I LOVE COMMENTS! So leave them often. Also, I am trying to think of "my thing" to buy from each country. I dont really want to do postcards and my key chains are a bit bulky with no purpose. I like the idea of charms from each place (thanks madre), what do you think? Any other unique ideas?
Peace, Love, and fun Planes
... but I had used the last of my stick at home and, once done, said to myself, "ok, go up stairs and get a new stick to bring with," but of course I started doing something else and, well... yeah, exactly)). I started to laugh each time I realized a new small item. I knew I had all the necessities (i.e. passport, camera, computer...) so I wasn't too worried (I knew Germany would have such small things such as q-tips (which I just found out is "Wattestäbchen" in German ...