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Travel Blogs from Lansing
... I was too young to remember it."
"Do you believe in God?"
"I have my doubts. Science had a profound influence on my beliefs. When I was five years old, Mom gave me a record album called, 'Why Mommy?' I loved that album and played it so much, that I memorized a dozen songs that explained life to me, like 'Why We Can't See Things at Night?' 'What Makes Thunder and Lightning?' which goes like this, 'what makes lightning, ...
... about you?”
“I’m from Detroit. I hope you don’t mind the top bed.”
“No, not at all, although, I think it would be better if we separate the beds and form an L-shape along two walls instead of me climbing up over you every night.”
“That’s a good idea.”
“I’ll unpack my things, and decorate this side of the room,” I suggest.
Sherry and I will keep this blog up to date as often as possible. We'll be 5 hours ahead of you, so updates may come at weird times. All I can say is that we're super excited to be going on this trip, and we'll try not to embarrass any of you or the United States with our antics. :-)
Ronda & Sherry
This game was kind of the bonus game of the trip. Since Michigan wasn't playing until 8pm and the stadiums are only about 65 miles apart, we figured we could do both games. The only thing was that we didn't actually have tickets to the Michigan State game. A quick search of Craig's List and Stubhub revealed quite a few tickets available for below face value, so we decided to just show up and see what ...
... and an interception returned for touchdown. Then, a drop of rain, a couple of more drops, and then he monsoon followed by lightning strikes outside the stadium. We were evacuated and decided to leave for the night. We picked up Klee and headed back home. The game started at 8:00 pm Friday, and as I write this the game is still going on at 12:22 am Saturday morning with the Spartans up ...