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... shower doesn't get very heated by the sun) and an early bedtime for an early sunrise.
The following morning work began as usual, though Matilda couldn't join us because, on her second day in the United States, she sprained her ankle walking up the stairs to the house. A few days later I saw the bruise, which was a deep purple, even after icing it continuously every day. So we were back down to our previous number of workers ...
We've had such great weather on our travel days, that we were due for the inevitable stormy trip. We skirted some really bad weather when we traveled last week, but I don't think we will be that fortunate today.
Okay, so you're thinking....why not stay where you are rather than risk driving into the storm? Good question! I have no answer. We don't travel more than 200 miles on ...
... security easily (unlike Mom for those of you who know that story). I walked to my A28, and now we're here. The plane just pulled up actually. Not gonna lie, I was pretty nervous for the first half of the day today. All the final running around, getting new songs on my (Dad's) iPod, packing the last few things, and worrying about everything was really stressful! But I got to see both sets of grandparents, my siblings, ...
... will get to hang with him while he is here for me and we will meet up another time :) The flight to SP is about 10.5 hours. Then I have a 4.5 hour layover. Then another 2.5 hour flight to Salvador, where the Rosanelis will pick my up from the airport around 2:30. I've been picturing us hugging again at the airport since the day they left.
For those of you who need some background, the Rosanelis - Marcos, Gene, Vini, Diogo, and Nati - moved to Novi last school year for ...
After waking up and getting ready my third day of driving, I put the pedal to the metal and high-tailed my way to Ann Arbor. It turns out I arrived in the height of construction season, because traffic had to be directed to the nearby township of Saline (pronounced se-leen) before it could enter Ann Arbor proper. Now, it may be due to no mountains on which to orient myself, but navigating around Ann Arbor was a real chore. For some reason I thought it would be a good ...
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