Holiday Inn Express Sycamore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... etc. - it has been an incredibly exciting time.
But this chapter is coming to a close. There is nothing left to prepare for.... it's just time to do it.
I want to thank everyone who is making this adventure possible for me. From work life to personal life, so many people have stepped up to make sure life keeps rolling on here when I'm ...
... evening we went out for dinner with a young 'muso' couple that we met in Israel. Kyle and Elizabeth were our bus captains and Kyle led our worship times. They are young, enthusiastic, sweet and fun. After dinner we went back to their townhouse for coffee and dessert. We all enjoyed their company and very kind hospitality! Their attempts at Aussie accents were particularly entertaining . Braden had ...
... to normal...if heading up to Rochester, MN where it snows and is below 20 degrees can be viewed as normal behavior...and honestly, I'm getting pretty nervous about a five hour surgery and then recovery. But I have my best friend, Bob, by my side the whole way and I have the BEST reason to get better...Zander and Tutu time!
We'll keep you posted as to how things go. Thanks for being our friends...we love you and miss you!
... guests for the day. We also met Kathy Suzuki who is the representative for the Oakland Diocese. I have her business card and will be talking to her in the future when I have any orders with Loyola Press. It was hard to leave this great group of people who made us feel like we were part of the group.
ON the way back to the house we stopped off and mailed the box to ...
... my mother, brooding at the kitchen table, her coat already on, the only comment she made was: “I’ll be in the car.”
Never a good sign.
She was libel to run off to the store, the library, or some other social commitment if I took too long to get ready. She could obviously tell I wasn't exactly ready to leave just yet, but that was of little relevance.
I could tell: We were to be on the road soon, whether I was ready ...