Residence Inn Rockford
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we listened to the Master share about the importance of respecting ourselves, others, and the space and time we occupy. He closed by exhorting us to make the most of every opportunity we have to train. Before inviting us out for food and conversation the Bjorquists shared about some of their school curriculum and blessed our kids with light saber swords and Huntley Kyukido t-shirts. We found ourselves ...
... payed my downpayment and am waiting to hear back about what school I will be placed at. Until then I have made all sorts of appointments for physical examinations and vaccinations. I also have a large amount of paperwork to get started on for background checks, Visa's, work papers etc. I will owe my final payment of $1,100 to CIEE once I get placed in a school, this doesn't include my plane ticket. So, until later then!
... to Chicago anyway. The weather held and we made 30 minute ride on the scooter to train station. The train moved slowly and took almost 2 whole hours to get in to the city! It stopped about 20 times on the way in and it was a heavy day for passengers. We did get a bonus by waiting for the weekend to travel in. Normally, we would have paid $23 a piece but a weekend pass was $7.00. We arrived at the Ogilvie Station and hike about 20 minutes to our first ...
... us to pull-in and make ourselves at home. My first request from Andy was to bake him a cheesecake (my specialty), help paint the decks, clean out the little shed, plus fix the floor and paint it, water his garden, and oh yes, help take care of his three, 5 week old black lab puppies. I think I was missed? I got out my work gloves and started helping out. You would think that with all the running around I did, I would ...
... cuddle, etc.
So attachment and bonding will be our number one focus for the first several weeks of her life with us. That means (much to our families' and friends' dismay) that we will not have Josie interact with many others except her immediate family for the first 4-6 weeks. We understand so many have been on this journey with us so far, and we appreciate your love ...