AmericInn Lodge & Suites Rogers
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... We then dropped Lynn off home to ice her back and then Linda and I went to Target to pay a bill. While we were in Target a huge storm front blew in and there was flash flooding, thunder and lightening. Getting from the garage to the back door we were totally drowned! Dinner of Pasta and salad and Blueberry pie!! I am starting to think that all my shopping isn't going to fit in my 2 ...
I slept off my hangover for the greater portion of the day as in a cruel twist of fate we had chosen today to do a brewery tour at the Leinenkugels Lodge, a popular craft beer. We saw the full process of brewing of all the different kinds of beers, and I paid attention and won a cute little bottle opener with a quiz answer (FYI Leinies is the 4th largest craft brewery in the States). We got to sample the beers afterwards for a dollar, and as ...
I arrived last Friday night after a 24 hour travel day (woohoo...) to snow, frigid air, and my amazing parents (and sister!!) at the airport. The drive home that night was such a blur because of my exhaustion and disbelief that I was actually here. Pinch me!
The reality has gradually sunk in as I've been visiting family and friends and familiarizing myself with my home state of MN. Everything is in ...
... who are very poor happy, and she is going to have fun with them like she does with you. The child who is three replied with that's really cool!...... but she is coming back right? lol this little one always cracks me up! but it was just a good reminder of what lies ahead! Helping out at church today was also wonderful because i received sooooo much support and prayer! i left church with a smile thinking of how many people are excited for me to go and ...
Last year, even after training, I wasn't as strong as I should have been to undertake that level of exertion. This year, I've trained harder. The best part was "boot camp," one or two evenings a week spent doing jacks, mountain climbers, squats, and more under the watchful eye of Sergeant Janice. "Are you ready?" she'd yell after we'd all lined up for the class. Maybe half the class would respond. Punishment was swift: "On the floor! Twenty mountain climbers!" ...