Econo Lodge Janesville
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... will often be said before the meal - and in some homes God is acknowledged more in this holiday than at Christmas!) The seasonal greeting in the lead up is "Happy Thanksgiving", and this is heard frequently. Our first Thanksgiving was at Kathy's father's retirement home. We had booked ahead as there were two settings held just over a week ahead of the holiday Thursday. It was a grander meal than their regular evening meal and many of the residents had guests. The various parts ...
... growling in our stomachs. To ease another craving, we hunted up a Red Robin where Andrea's burger fix was met. And, yes, copious amounts of fries were consumed. As the wheels turned toward Amery, our Ice Cream Theme was: on the road. We hit a McDonald's for sundaes and cones. It remains unclear whether our heads will rest on our own pillows late Friday night/early Saturday morning, but as we head north on I-94 with the cranberry bogs in our rearview mirrors, we're giving it our best ...
... hoped we would be driving north to our lodging in Wisconsin. But had called to let her know. There was a delicious lemon tart on the table waiting for us. The house was wonderful. Our room was upstairs and was comfortable enough. We shared a bathroom with another room, but never saw the other party staying there.
... some weight....actually gained.
Ok, now for the all the help regarding the upcoming event " the wedding". Personal shower for Kaitlin, rehearsal dinner, hair and nails, decorating the reception hall just to add to the activities.
Erica and John, Amanda and Ric*********ica and Cory all flew up, so that means airport runs. My car rental was donated from my best friend Debbie. Thanks, Deb! Most of our ...
After the game we went back to Uncle Jim and Yvonne's house for one of the best roasts we’d ever tasted and a few more beers. Here there was an attempt to speak (incoherently) with Fiona’s parents who were more than amused at our ranting and raving while they quietly sipped on their morning coffees. They had been ...