Staybridge Suites Rockford
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... sculptures - and crowds were enjoying skating at an outdoor rink there. Chicago is a very big, cold, & usually Windy City, but thankfully we didn't have the wind. We were told that the tee rapture had't risen above freezing for the previous two weeks. There are many very big modern skyscrapers and the skyline is quite impressive. It is very flat, and from the air it appeared suburban streets seemed to go straight for miles. I think they have a pretty good public transport system ...
... thrown now. In the moments after class we enjoyed chatting with both Master Holden and his daughter, Miss Nikki Holden. Like the night before with the Bjorquists, it was fun to talk Kyukido and all its aspects. During this time they invited us to stay for their forms competition and tournament prep class in the evening. Donated trophies had been collected and were going to be presented to the winners of this semi-informal time. As the afternoon kept ticking away, with nothing ...
... we listened to the Master share about the importance of respecting ourselves, others, and the space and time we occupy. He closed by exhorting us to make the most of every opportunity we have to train. Before inviting us out for food and conversation the Bjorquists shared about some of their school curriculum and blessed our kids with light saber swords and Huntley Kyukido t-shirts. We found ourselves ...
... some weight....actually gained.
Ok, now for the all the help regarding the upcoming event " the wedding". Personal shower for Kaitlin, rehearsal dinner, hair and nails, decorating the reception hall just to add to the activities.
Erica and John, Amanda and Ric*********ica and Cory all flew up, so that means airport runs. My car rental was donated from my best friend Debbie. Thanks, Deb! Most of our ...
... started to help the process in changing her time zones.
She took to her new brothers and vice versa even better than we had even hoped or prayed for. She comes up to about their knees and, while they were both home from holiday break, kept them laughing with her antics.
We realized soon after arriving home that she is lactose intolerant (apparently, about 90 percent of all Asian children ...