TownePlace Suites Minneapolis West/St. Louis Park
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... the people of Saskatchewan are shopping at the Bath and Body Works in Regina and saving their pennies (that saying has to be changed to nickels now I'm guessing) to shop at the Target Boutique (pronounced in french and with an accent).
The drive between the border and Jamestown, North Dakota was slow going because it's all two lane highway and full farmers, truck drivers and slow drivers. Once I hit Jamestown it was ...
... own needs, and have to fend for myself. No trying to keep up with Julie's blue pack vanishing around the curve ahead, or getting mad if she doesn't stick around to help me over a troublesome blow down (you know, the tree blocking the path that's just a little too high to step over, a little too low to crawl under and far too wide to walk around). It also means no safe, comforting body between me and my fear of the dark. It will be an[other] adventure that will test my physical ...
"Now the summer is gone,
You had to go back home."
These lyrics to the Aqua song called Dr Jones have become very true for me these last two weeks. I left Grand Forks to spend time with my mom in Minneapolis and my dad in Eveleth. Although it has been fun to see my family it is also really hard to say good bye. Leaving for a year doesn't seem real yet. I am packing and saying good bye, yet I don' t think that it will ...
Lately, I have had several people ask me about how they can support me during my YAGM year. So, this post will not be abut my reflections on life but rather a quick note about how you can support me in multiple ways before, during, and after my year of service in Mexico.
Most of my summer will be spent fundraising for my YAGM year and I am completely terrified. I have never been ...
As I recover at my Mom's apartment in St. Louis Park from surgery on my sinus, I am left with ample time to think and reflect upon my last semester at the University of North Dakota. I graduated just last week with a degree in political science and religion. During finals week there were multiple times when I thought I would never finish all that I needed to in order to complete the degree. I was beaten down and held captive by my terrible senioritis. Somehow, ...