East Lansing Marriott at University Place
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Greetings from Holt and the first day of Pearson and Emery's Summer vacation! How do we know......well no one (including the girl still in school) got up before 7am, they were both still sleeping at 10:13am and when they finally did make their way to the kitchen the first question was, "What's for breakfast?"
Can you believe we have a Senior and ...
... the movies, been to one of Emery's soccer games on a Wednesday night!, attended a Lacrosse banquet dinner, Honors Night at the Junior High, helped to lay the floor for Sophie's dance recital, attended the dance recital, a couple graduation Open Houses and the end of year soccer awards. For those who know him well, yes he's slowed down even though it doesn't sound like it and he got to attend some events he might not other wise have had the chance ...
It's May 31st and Kirk just finished his day at church! He is officially on Sabbatical until after Labor Day. Thank you to the people at First Presbyterian Church of Holt for the wonderful gifts and the Pie Send off! Delicious! The Prayer Shawl ministry gave each of us a gift to keep with us as we travel this summer. The kids were each given ...
"How old were you then?" Cathy asks.
"I was six. At that age, I thought that I knew every word in the English language. That's my earliest recollection of believing in God."
Cathy is my second year college roommate at Michigan State University in 1971. She is a kind-hearted, shy, naive Catholic who is so free of sin that she never has anything to report when she goes to confession. She rarely wears ...
... here’s a going-away gift for you!” my sister, Gennie says.
“WOW! A red light bulb! That’s so cool! Thanks, Gennie.”
“YIPPEE!” I scream inside, after my parents drop me off at Michigan State University, in 1970. “I’m free at last! No more chores and demands from my parents. No more crazy siblings beating me up. I can do whatever I want to do, eat what I want, sleep as long as ...