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Travel Blogs from Oak Creek
... was making a pinging noise. So,
off I go to get it fixed. And the problem was that Cindy must have drove over a walnut and sprung it up into a box covering the right front brake cylinder! And this walnut was bouncing around in this metal box cover! making the noise.
So, we are anxious to leave for Rome and pray for peace.
Stan and Cindy
... to be due to her Barretts Esophogus causing regurgitation of stomach acids back into her esophogus. Yesterday, Saturday April 5 she woke me up at 4:45 am saying she was having a heart attack; severe chest pain, pain down her left shoulder and arm, and the back of her neck and a swelling throat. However, a heart problem was ruled out at the ER and Dr.
Szatkowski diagnosed that ...
... forever, and froze our butts off getting back home. The temperature change was extreme.
Today we dropped some gifts off, picked up Charlie, who we missed like crazy, and then picked up some dinner before coming home. It was so strange for it to be just us two. We had at least 5 other people with us almost all the time for the past week. Minus our showering and sleeping time, we didn't spend much time away from them. It's ...
... chow, borrowed items I wanted back...there is some comfort in things from the past. So we drove, talked, laughed, listened to music...it felt like I never really left.
Pulling down the driveway at 3am, I knew my mom would be up and waiting. I was right.
"Honey, oh honey...." she said.
Mom and dad greeted me outside in the cold. I, trying to comprehend what was all to come. It was so nice to see my parents, hug my daddy ...
... meticulously packed weighing 50 pounds a piece. John and I began loading the Envoy in the chilly pre-dawn Wisconsin weather and soon enough we were on our way. A quick stop by Ryan's apartment for a quick farewell and we headed towards the airport.
My parents greeted us by the baggage and much to my delight my Mom had brought a departure gift of cookies ...