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OK so off we go to Iceland. We're leaving hot and humid Michigan for the cool spring like weather of Iceland. Everything went great until we got our first message fifteen minutes before the first leg of our journey telling us our flight had been delayed out of Detroit. But don't worry Delta would take care of it.
So off we flew to Detroit. Once there we checked with two very helpful Delta employee's who told us not to worry even ...
... our flight...eeek. But we got to go through fast security "TSA Pre-check" (old school!) and no problem getting on - except we didnt get a chance to pick up any food so our last meal was pretty piece meal (Note to Delta - you make more money if you have enough food to sell on your flights!) No worries!
Home on time to a sleeping Andrew and Sashi the cat :- ) And bonus, no ...
... learning how to build spreadsheet models. I actually like this part! (well, I like learning about it...) Our plans for the dinner hour overlapped so the four bridge players went to Applebee's and I met Maggie, Maija, Jake and Mike (no, I cannot tell them apart...) at the new fro-yo place Cherry Berry, across the street from the H. Main Street is hopping. The kids are awesome and budding scientists and performance artists. Plus ...
May 17, 2013
Step on Bus Tours took us to Clare, Michigan on May 17, 2013. Clare is about two hours northwest of Northville. Rose led ten of us there so that we could go to Yoder's Quilt Auction and Flea Market.
Our first stop was for lunch at "Cops and Donuts." The Clare City Bakery was begun in 1896 and was about to close in 2009 when nine Clare police officers pooled their money to save it. This ...
... other standards of development throughout history has suddenly become my waking life. I begin to see, taste, smell, hear and touch the real China. It summons a power inside oneself to possess the ability to see beyond our own selfish beings. The one-on-one interactions I had with Chinese people were by far the most rewarding adventures I embarked upon during my time abroad. Besides attending classes each week, I was involved in a Language Exchange with two ...