SpringHill Suites St. Louis Park
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... and Miss Gracie, golden retriever and friend for life. Two days of great food, wine and local brews, culminating in a knock-out dinner at "Mill Valley Kitchen". Huge scallops, great wine and lots of KALE! ...
... armour t shirts and or shorts, find some light weight shoes and work shoes and go to Lucky jeans for a belt. We went to The Walking Company which was a real disappointment. They didn't have anywhere as near the choice as we do at home, so no sandals for Andrew or shoes for me. We went into Banana Republic which was all too snotty for our taste. Lucky jeans didn't have my belt size so I will wait for Hawaii for that one. We walked into the massive ...
As it was our turn to go through the window, we pulled up with dread. I handed the woman border officer our passports, she said good morning, she typed in her computer, and then asked one question. Where are you coming from? I told her we had been in the Peace Corps in Guatemala and driven back by land and we were on our way to Tucson to visit my sister. She nodded. Typed some more. Then she walked around to the front of our car and ...
... my classes and my experiences outside of the classroom allowed me to learn what I am passionate about and it seems that I am most passionate about issues surrounding sexuality and gender equality, hence the quick edition of a women and gender studies minor in my final year of college. But honestly, it seems that I am interested in almost everything!
This is part of the reason why I decided to apply to be a ...
... of service but it will touch many people around me as I return to the United States transformed and ready to share my many gifts.
But, today I am not asking for your financial support of my year of service in Mexico. Rather, I am asking for your thoughts, prayers, and emails before, during, and after my year of service. While I am rather excited to learn more about Mexico ...