East Lansing Marriott at University Place
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Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
... felt so good to have that burst of energy expelled on something other than my right foot pushing the pedal for the accelerator. That night I joined my father and 5 (of 7) siblings and spouses for a bonfire at my aunt’s house in celebration of an uncle’s birthday. It was wonderful to see them and sit around talking (me mostly listening) to stories of the past. They were all so excited about my coming adventures and one uncle even more excited since he had ...
... started to look for our campsite. As it turned out it was old info from the internet and the village and campsite did not exist anymore. Wal-Mart here we come and it was a very good parking spot with a lovely view of cornfields and green hills.
Since the start of our travels we have now covered 3665 ...
"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 ...