Comfort Inn Kirkland
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... are the worst movie nighter's ever!
Like I mentioned, studying was the name of the game that week. I prepared for my finals, which are much different than finals in the US. They are mainly essay based instead of short answer or multiple choice. It was difficult to prepare, and my hand has never cramped so bad as in those tests, but I believe I did well. Overall I wrote 15 essays during my exam period. My hardest probably being my ...
... with things quite close by.
Walked to the corner and picked up some supplies from Walgreens before heading to the space needle just a couple of blocks away. Found a sports bar close by and headed into to watch the ballgame and have a feed - I really liked this venue and because we weren't that hungry we just snacked on a few appetisers while relaxing and sitting back watching the big screens showing baseball, basketball and ice hockey.
About 9:00 the long ...
... be out of here. I read that the bed in our next apartment is amazeballs, according to all of the reviews, the apartment is referred to as the 'Zen Den' so let's hope so. After googling up a storm for "shopping centres" in the area I think our best option is Northgate Shopping Mall which is about 15km away. It will take us over an hour on the bus so I think we are going to call a cab as we want to be back this afternoon. ...
... about the prospect of having second child in medical need adopted there--this time as a Sparrow Project. And if it happens, their first Sparrow Michael Leeland, wants to do the adoption assembly. Smile :)
And coincidentally, (which has become a standard term for how God seems to orchestrate things we cannot in Sparrow Clubs) as I was visiting with Ward Brannman the Band teacher at lunchtime, a new Kamiakin ...
... now, ask questions
later. The strange, skinny guy looked like he wasn’t all there mentally, and he
whimpered and squealed as the cops pushed his face
into the asphalt. Of course I don’t know the whole story, but how were the cops
to know what this man had done or whether he was even guilty of it? It seemed a
case of his word against the other mans, the only difference being that the
dishevelled older man was being shoved in ...