Red Roof Inn Woodbury/Saint Paul
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... of rain. These farms around here will never to planted at this rate. Barns are in your future, well in photographic form anyway.
Hard to believe that it is Memorial Day Weekend..the time is marching on and "Johnny aint coming home" any time soon!! We wish you a safe Holiday Weekend - thank a soldier for his service!
Today off to do a little looking at Mother of the Groom dresses for Claudia...boys ...
... the time and my one of my dear, fun, funny college roommates, Elinor Bardach... We tried to reach Sharon Fischlowitz too, who lives in St Paul but she was on her HONEYMOON!
I called my cousin (of course!) Eric Creighton on Thursday. He was leaving for Sweden and Italy on Friday to visit his son Jack and help extend his Visa. Jack is studying abroad for a semester ...
... farm life, comfortable lakefront "empty nest"retirement life near children and grandchildren, the life of a young single mom living with her mom and within minutes of an aunt, uncle and cousins all of whom help to raise the 2 yr old, the lives of the professional ...
... could drive east through Iowa, one of a handful of states I've never visited. We drove a ways and stopped for a snack. My friends have told me you have to spend money in a state to count it as visited. So I guess this met the test. We crossed the border into Minnosota and stopped for lunch. About that time, the rain returned with high winds, near-by lightening, and torrents of rain. We bravely headed out but turned on the radio ...
... during the Viet Nam War, and Carmen was raised in Indonesia, our Asian experiences became a fast link in our friendship. During one of our first get-togethers, I remarked that I would like to see Bali and Lombok, and she asked if I had ever thought about Sri Lanka. I replied that I had thought of India but didn't know anything about Sri Lanka. The seed was planted. A trip to Sri Lanka took root.