Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown Hotel
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... it. Even their plain old vanilla is delicious. Our family has been going to Ben & Jerry’s since we were like 4 or 5. It’s impossible to choose which flavour and I think they know that, so you can taste test as many as you want and walk out the door with nothing. I tried a new flavour called milk and cookies which had cookie dough bites and ice cream that was almost like cookies and cream. Yuuuuummmmm!
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3) How can we turn this into a game of BINGO? Feels like there's a BINGO here.
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I'll be leaving this weekend, for now I'll leave you with the greatest photo ever taken of the Split Rock Lighthouse (mine) and a photo of my new friend Abe Lincoln.
... term - it's not you, it's me. I needed to spread my wings. We both know that there's a chance my rumspringa will end with the realization that I cannot live without you. But today's message was received loud and clear.
Well, I'm done with winter ...
So the adventure begins...
I am not going to be stoic here. I am terrified. The last 48 hours have been filled frantically running around to get everything done, so many last minute trips to the store or bank, several emotional meltdowns and panic attacks. I have handed off every responsibility in my life to another person whether it is work or home.
This is not an easy thing for ...
... and most importantly people watch! Airports always fascinate me as it is a place full of emotions and that's why I love people watching when I'm at one! From fights, intense goodbyes, intense excitement and anticipation as one is reunited with their loved ones, random strangers sharing stories, people afraid of flying and popping their pills to be conked out during the flight to just the little woman in the shop who gives you a smile and wishes you a safe trip. Perhaps that's why ...