Riverfront Hotel Grand Rapids
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... that tomorrow I can attend the Country Living Fair that's sponsored by "Country Living Magazine."
Our plan is to arrive in Virginia by Sunday. First up, Historic Jamestowne, the actual site of the landing of the first English-speaking settlement in the New World; followed by a visit to Jamestown Settlement, which is a living history museum of the people who lived there.
God bless America!
It's still strange being back with the show though today was a little better because we had a couple of friends come to the first show. We haven’t seen them since the days of Brandtson, the band John and three of our friends played in for almost a decade which places our last visit around 8 or 9 years ago. Jeremy and Lindsey came to the show and we met up with Jeremy and Stacy afterwards for appetizers and drinks. A nice diversion and a fun trip down memory ...
cookhouse, and then collapsed at home. Our sleeping schedules are way off and
we’re out of practice with doing two shows but it came back to us.
The crowds were fantastic today and I was able to get a
good amount of face painting done before and between shows. Oriana has joined
our face painting crew so she and I worked the crowds before both shows. She
and I do some of the designs differently from each other so it was ...
... gardens, sculpture, the natural environment and the arts'. Consisting of 130 acres of indoor/ outdoor gardens including conservatories and green houses, seasonal displays, Perennial gardens, woodland shade gardens, farm garden, children's garden , arid garden, tropical Conservatory and a Japanese garden to be open end next year. Concerts are hosted through summer and the sculpture park includes more ...
... I sang in the Madrigals choir, fell asleep in Economics (and Geometry, Chemistry...), and fell in love with Biology (and Psychology, Statistics...and Spanish!). I was the worst writer in my AP Language Arts class, usually scoring a 3 out of 9. And I never thought I would study abroad. After all, that was for the rich kids, right?
In college I learned otherwise. As I worked towards ...