Holiday Inn Express Sycamore
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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I just had time for a short blog today but wanted to share photos of our two grandchildren from this month. Elianna is "2 3/4" as she says and just started a great new childcare program. Zander is now walking...all over...and we are going to keep busy chasing him when we get home!
Have a happy Thanksgiving, everyone! We love you all!
Jane and Bob
... photo of me weighing pants at the target). In addition to weight, I look at each item and determine:
- is it important enough to me to carry on my back for over 200 miles
- do I think I can get it / replace it on my journey
- am I packing my fears*
Every day, I ...
... coffee and then we have breakfast. After breakfast, I have been busily putting finishing touches on an article that I wrote that has been accepted for publication. I have also been asked to present the paper in early January at a conference in Orlando so I'm working on that presentation as well. By mid afternoon, I'm ready for a nap. Our evenings have been spent with Bob's great cooking, catching up on our favorite "junk" tv shows, and ...
... room. We sat in the employee's lounge for a while and the VP stopped by and Joe intorduced us to Tom McGrath.
Tom told Joe to to give us one of his books 'Raising Faith-Filled Kids'. I asked him if he would autograph it for me. Joe took us on a tour of the facility when we got to the store room he told me to pick and couple of books I wanted. I asked Joe if he ...
... 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 ...