WaterBird Lakeside Inn
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... and then spaying them with a clear gloss. One section of the beach allowed dogs, so we walked Jolene and Molly over. They both love water and enjoyed going in for a swim. We had great fun in the evenings competing in ladder toss and paddle ball. We all agreed that we would have like to have stayed a couple more days, but onward bound. Next stop is outside Indianapolis, where we will go on a zip line obstacle course tomorrow morning. Life is ...
... Yating's bold challenge)
to open my heart
to forget about any pains associated with being away
to accept all obstacles as learning lessons
to go to class....
to not back down to any challenge
to bungee jump
to jump from an airplane
to try climbing
to let my hair color grow out
to not be afraid of draining my bank account
to be easy going
... the water once again as well.
As dark settled in, we drove inland a few miles to the campground and set up shop. Dinner consisted of mac and cheese with tuna, which was way better than it might sound. Tucked warmly in our sleeping bags, we drifted off to sleep.
$36 – Gas
$23 –Breakfast with Zannie
$7.50 – Campsite (with Mick’s %50 off Golden Access ...
... and were now heading to Chicago to drop of their son in dentistry school. I randomly started to talk to them after inquiring if I had already crossed over to Central Standard time (which we figured out that we had).
As I said before. I didn't do much in the evening except jump right into the tent. It was super hot, so I left the fly of the tent half off... which will bring me to my next story when I was woken up at 4 am....
... to control especially in the hospital. My PharmD project is actually finding the baseline data for these patients, so the hospital can implement a diabetes nurse. The nursing care at the hospital is also very erratic, so a nurse dedicated to just one disease state will be a huge help in diabetes care.
After almost drowning in the Nile and getting malaria, I am so glad I didn't end up in a Kenyan hospital. I probably would have come home with TB.