Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Inver Grove Heights/Minneapolis
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... 8217;s. I think it’s a traveling tradition that every year on the very first night that we arrive in Florida, we go to Chili’s for dinner. I got a cheese burger with fries and a Sprite. It was yummy!
So, I think it’s been about a week now but it sure doesn’t feel like it! I hope the rest of my holiday is so jam packed, I can’t even have another glass of Sprite!
... it enough to warrant taking all the time away from the three children I left at home? Was it right to leave behind all of the jobs I have at home - including caring for the new home He has given us, which is still in such disarray? There were moments of agony as I contemplated all of this and I know that I will never have all of the answers to these questions, but still I agonized. I do know that my gifts weren’t as tangible as ...
... had come in from Texas to visit us for the rest of the week in Minnesota! The Shields greeted Dad, and Noah took all of my dad’s luggage down to the basement to where my mom and dad were staying and sleeping. When he was unpacked and settled in, we all enjoyed some Ben and Jerry’s ice-cream! It was a special treat!
Hannah had me read a book for her book club. A book club is a place where people, in this case kids from ...
... s time for Jared and I to take one final pill, a sleeping pill. So long Merica. We'll miss you. And we'll represent you by refusing to speak anything but English in these foreign countries. I'm sure once we explain why, the Europeans will completely understand and do their best to accommodate us. Unless they are freedom haters. PS Chad said he saw a guy's ticket and his name was Wayne Newton. And he looked ...
... Michigan. He asked where I was from. It turned out he grew up 30 minutes from where I went to college and his cousin had gone to Alma with me. It is a small world. I was no longer a foreigner; I could know people who knew family in my homelands. That would never have happened in Central America to us. I am an American and I am back.
We started noticing that the street signs were in English, but the road was still measured in kilometers. We ...