BEST WESTERN PLUS Timber Creek Inn & Suites
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... our quick overnight and were back on the road at 7 AM. We left Minnesota, crossed the Mississippi River, drove across most of Wisconsin and into Illinois. We pulled into the American Legion Post 76 in Carol Stream, Illinois. We will park the Trailer here for the next 2 days and go stay with Marshall and Inge in their beautiful home. A great chance ...
... support and enthusiasm for my trip has been touching. It is an immense gift you have given me, and I am so very grateful for it.
And to my amazing husband, who has been completely supportive of this plan from the very beginning, and more importantly ever since (even after the 20th trip to REI... even after the 50th time I changed my mind about what ...
... so I hear). I know, not my normal laying on the beach with a drink in my hand kind of vacation.... but I am drawn to go on this journey (not sure why yet... but... I'm going!)
Thank you for all of your well wishes. They really mean a lot to me. Oh, and a special shout out to David H who sent me a translation of "I would like a beer, please" in Portuguese! :)
... wonder what it was. Fred always says "It must be alfalfa". We don't really know what alfalfa looks like, but now it is a standard joke with us when we don't know what something is -"It must be alfalfa"!
In Ohio, they have wonderful, new rest areas. We pulled into one to switch drivers and noticed that they had numbers and boxes next to all the RV ...
... her evening chats with her Dad, her first communion prayer book, the holy water font from her room – and many more intimate items which connect people with St. Therese.
I had the opportunity to spend time looking, reading and prayerfully reflecting. Just didn’t seem to be enough time to absorb it all.
A recent addition of a statue of Our Lady of the Smile, who healed young Therese, was brought over ...