Holiday Inn Express Bourbonnais (Kankakee / Bradley)
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Driving to Posen didn't give me very much confidence in where we were going (went through some seemingly shady neighborhoods with boarded up windows and bars on the doors), but once we got to the park in Posen where the circus has been held the last few years, we breathed a sigh of relief. The park has all new playground equipment (found out later that three other parks in the town were recently outfitted in new equipment also) and the logo for the Parks department has ...
... the flight. My airplane was HUGE and I was one of the first sections called. It was my very first time using my passport and I was super excited. When I walked up to the gate to go in the woman looked and me and looked at my passport and said “You are not going anywhere” and with a long pause she smiled and said “just kidding, but before you go in you have to sign your passport because you never have before”. I laughed along with the others ...
... and the alarm went off.
Then when we were awake during the day, Laura felt very "blah" (her best descriptive word of the feeling). Unmotivated and tired physically, but we were both also hit with feelings of missing Kenya and our new family there. America felt a bit foreign, if that's possible. How can just two weeks away cause such a change in our outlook of life? Our house didn't feel like home when we walked in. It was like that feeling ...
Hi, I know some of you, but I'm new to some as well. I'm John. MB's husband and help in all things that don't require artistic tallent (unless you count accounting). I'm looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones in France. Reason I'm writing is that MB's link to the book on French lessons didn't go through on ...
... to rain, as you can quite well imagine.
There is water on the roads, the dirt on the side of the road's turns
into mud, the minor river washes away bits and pieces of the road, of
course raincoats are a luxury that most don't have!
passing through Azrou and the map indicated there was a campground
there, so we flashed our card that had camping written in English and
Arabic (we photographed a road sign earlier and hope both the ...