TownePlace Suites Brookfield
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I am hoping to do another contract now that I know what to expect which will help me enjoy it much more I think.
But I want to say THANK YOU to my family had me bring along about 25 "Open When.." cards. Those kept me going and made my days much better! Thank you Lauren Booke for sending me that care package when I was in rehearsals. Thank you Taylor Scott for the package of my favorite Japanese things. Thank you to my family and friends that ...
have you ever heard someone return from a trip and say "wow! this year I packed even more stuff then ever before, I'm proud of how heavy my cumbersome suitcase was!" of course, packing light is the preferred method for travelers. it's a challenge, but I think it's doable. for my semester abroad in Europe, I'm only bringing one carry on suitcase and ...
I keep remembering these funny things that have happened so I feel, I should blog them so even we don't forget.
The other night in Memphis when we were at the cafe having dinner, the young black girl was talking to Deano about where he was from. She wanted him to teach her to say something in Australian. He told her to say G'day Mate.. It sounded so funny.. Then she asked him what she had just said and what it meant. It was hilarious ....
... customs. Then got our bags, went through another check. Then had to drop our bags back off to be re-checked. And had to fit our rum in there, package it so it was a little cushioned from them throwing it around, and say a prayer that it all made it safely back home. It did, but the boxes were all smushed up, so we're lucky nothing broke.
Then we had some time to get something to eat and watch the Wisconsin/Oregon game. ...
... and types of churches we visited (many!), tombs, monuments, forts, palaces but despite the names and stats fading, the imprint remains. I'd see carvings with a fellow holding a trident and I KNEW it was Shiva. The religious tensions between India and Pakistan make far more sense to me now, and the solutions more remote. The lectures and open discussions were more enlightening than I ...