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Today begins my journey to Chester, England! For the next 6 months, I will be living and studying at the University of Chester. After years of dreaming and months of planning, it is time for me to finally board the plane and set off to the UK! As of right now, I am a mix of all emotions. This trip will stretch me in so many different ways. Even though I have traveled a copious amount within the United States, this ...
... they couldn't fix the problem we would have to switch planes, tick tock, tick tock. After an eternity the captain announced that all was well and that we would shortly be taking off. Phew! 40 minutes late, if we had known before what we knew then we would have had breakfast and saved a couple of bucks and gray hairs. Anywho, there were no connecting flights to worry about so we just chalked it up to early trip excitement and got settled in for the ...
... and the trimmins! Alleluia and God bless Janis for sending such a meal out to us. We feasted and gave thanks as we simply did not expect on taking part in Thanksgiving festivities this year. Afterwards we set around the fire and caught up talking about everything from kids to aliens (ETs not illegal, of course that was me). Soon we were on the last bottle and as Lauri was fading and the dogs had made themselves comfortable on the bed we decided to call it a night as we had to be up at ...
We had an easy 4 hour drive from St. Charles to Blue Springs, Missouri (20 miles east of Kansas City). We made a stop in Columbia to visit University of Missouri. UM was the first vet school to request an interview with Sarah. (She went ahead and declined the interview after Michigan State accepted her.) It was a nice campus but I think Cornell is much more impressive....except for maybe football.
There is not much in Blue Springs, but we ...
The much anticipated day arrived…my first long distance triathlon. It was an Olympic distance race: a 1,500m swim, 40km cycle and a 10km run (Owen will convert to miles). In December 2013, I decided I would compete in the Kansas City Triathlon in the Olympic distance category. "Why America?" Everybody asked me. Valid question, I suppose. While my general response had been why not, it was because we were hoping to do a fun run or something else active and unique. ...