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... and lived to tell the tale, I have gathered the following information:
#1. It is hot.
#2. It will rain/you will get wet.
#3. Security is an issue while traveling.
#4. It is expensive.
#5. There will be a lot of walking.
Armed with this new intel, I decided to fit & kit myself for the journey ahead and have utilized the best that science & technology has to offer. I traveled to Gander Mountain the Samsonite ...
... windy I swear it felt like the plane landed sideways. In 2007, we went home to Michigan for my grandma's 70th birthday party. I cried the whole way there and back. That was a turbulent flight also and my sister was nervous but I think my fear was keeping her from being so scared. She read the Skymall magazine to me to keep me distracted. I am so grateful for that because I think she kept me from freaking the f$#@ out! That's the ...
... visit fell on holiday weekend worked out well. The boys
didn't have any of their normal overload of weekend activities
(scouts, soccer) so we got to spend some time goofing around as
evident in the photos. A highpoint I hope they will remember, as Chris and Jessica do, is the evening Michael, Sammy T, Taylor and I spent
eating popcorn and watching “The Princess Bride” in the comfort
of the Taj-Ma-Ford. We all ...
... waiting for the elevator I saw that I needed to use the stairs so on went the flashlight and down 4 flights of stairs I went.
Downstairs someone offered to loan me their inverter so up stairs to get the laptop but I didn’t think about the fact that the door is electronic so when I came back the door wouldn’t open. Down the stairs back to the front desk to get someone to help ...
... and begin the journey: I am embarking on this adventure because I want to do it, not because I feel I need to do it. This is not a spiritual quest, and I’m not looking for anything in particular along the way, least of all “my self”. Although it has taken me a long time to figure it out, I have finally come to the realization that contentment is not a place the world, but a place in the mind.