Quality Inn Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of hours layover we fly direct to Perth. Braden has the day off so he will meet us at the airport bright and early Friday morning. So, while we are so thankful to the Lord for a wonderful time and we've enjoyed the so many parts of this trip, we are also very happy to go home. To those who've followed our blog - thanks for your interest! It's been fun to share some of our experiences with you. There will probably be one final blog once we are at home again - but for now - au ...
The sun even shines in Illinois! We've had two gorgeous days of sunshine, warm temperatures, and leaves that are beginning to turn colors. If it could only stay like this all the time...ha!
Bob and I spent all day yesterday going from Costco to Home Depot. By about 7:00 last night, we looked at each other and decided that we were done for the day! We grilled out on ...
This morning I left Dave to sleep and I went to see the National Shrine of St. Therese of Lisieux Fr. It was about ½ hour away from my Cousin's house in Bartlett.
The National Shrine of St. Therese is situated on a 50 acre Carmelite campus in Darien, Illinois. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.
The museum is a rich treasury of relics ...
... and Laos (two places that I already knew I would be revisiting) are currently in their ‘cold season’, and from experience, I know that it can get pretty chilly, especially during the evening. As such, I needed to bring more than just swim trunks and a pair of flip flops with me.
Hence, I justified my decision when heavier items like sweaters and long sleeve shirts were occasionally added to the assorted pile I was preparing as my ...
... vibe. And his laugh is equally as distinctive and heart-warmingly familiar. The whole dynamic of the family is so painstakingly similar that I hardly noticed the transition from those backyard Sydney barbecues to these Chicago ones.
I think the part I love most though, is that there was that same moment for me that there always was back home. Amongst the noise of laughter and debate, of the kids squeals and the tv turned up too loud. Standing ...