TownePlace Suites Minneapolis West/St. Louis Park
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In the dead of the night our tires found our driveway and our heads found our own pillows. Long after the sun rose, so did the four Christensons. Still full from our late night burger run we drank our breakfast, coffee for the folks, and hot cocoa for the young'uns.
Being the first weekend of the month meant that Eric had to spend some time keeping our finances in order. The girls, refusing to let the vacation ...
"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 ...
... out to hold onto Adilynn to prevent her from going overboard, after 5 days in the car with our kids - we told them that had to fend for themselves. Good news is that they held on and got to enjoy the ride while the adults had to suffer through 60 minutes of heat, exhaust fumes, and Wisconsin humour (primarily at the expense of Chicago with one Canadian joke thrown in).
This led us to the highlight of the Dells - an afternoon in a big ...
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, ...