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... forward to helping, to expanding my view of the world, to serve, and to see myself grow. I'm a huge quote person, so I'm going to leave one more below to bookend this short thought blurb.
"Often the difference between a successful man and a failure is not one’s better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on his idea, to take a calculated risk, and to act." – Maxwell Maltz
Memorial Day week-end is a time to travel....Right???? Welllll ladies and gents and you to Dave, I'm here to tell ya we was on the road big time from Friday thru Sunday...
We went to Saukville, Horicon, Burlington, Iron Ridge, Okauchee, and Waukesha, and finally back to Pewaukee WI....Yikes....Why you ask ?? Well, It started out as a search for motor-homes...Noooo Ol Charlie is safe, ...
... into a space worthy of Architectual Digest (I’m so lucky I get to be her roomie here at school!), and me, Sarah, whose skills include many things such as the ability to carry on entire conversations by myself and being daring enough to start a blog!
Be sure to check in with us in June as we begin our adventures in Edinburgh, Aberdour, Glasgow and the Scottish ...
... now so the trip is half-way done so it won't be long before we go home. In the meantime lets enjoy being in whis-conn-sin."
"You're right," said AJ with half a smile. "We'll enjoy the rest of our trip and before we know it we'll be back at home snuggling down in Aury and Emeline's beds.
The Daddy and his friends had finished their dinner and rose to leave. AJ and BJ quickly jumped back into the back-pack and before long they were back in the hotel room and settling down for ...
We drove to Ripon Wisconsin to have lunch with my brother David. On the way we stopped for a bit in Columbus to see a Louis Sullivan Jewel Box Bank.
Louis Sullivan was a famous architect in the last half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He's known as the father of the skyscraper, and ...