Motel 6 Seattle North - Kirkland
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Stayed night, had a good sleep, now on the road to catch the ferry to Sidney, then Victoria.
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... Dad, and Tara were waiting to pick me up! As soon as I reached the top of the escalator, I saw them, made my way over, and gave them all a long overdue hug. My bags arrived fairly quickly, and then came the 45 minute ride home, where I was greeted by Ringer, and later Justin when he got home from work.
I had an amazing time in Australia, truly the opportunity of a lifetime. I am so happy that I took the plunge and decided to live ...
... washing and drying a load of laundry has apparently always eluded me. Without fail instead of bringing a few dollar bills with me I would show up with a twenty. Exchanging this would result in a small fortune of quarters. This would be fine if the ms pacman game in the back corner was operational but no such luck. Which leads me to the game. As I sat there daydreaming and again trying to congure up ways to ...
Today we woke up around 9am and did some exercise, it felt like we were starting our day much earlier but when the sun doesn't rise until 8am it makes it appear that way. We finished up exercising and put some clothes on to wash while we were getting ourselves organised for the day. Once dressed and ready we threw the clothes in the dryer and headed out the door. Caught the same Route 2 bus into the city. We are getting pro at navigating ...
... the Kamiakin Middle School sign when I drove up.
I felt a bit nervous, mostly unprofessional, dropping in unexpected. But also like I was coming home. The small "Donated by 9th Grade Class of 1994 and the Michael Leeland Family" etched above the painted Kamiakin Middle School banner on the outside entry wall was reassuringly still there. I had no clue who I would find inside; if anyone would remember me; or know about ...
... assembly--each project takes on a life of its own and real-life miracles of its own! We have found this to be true in the near 1,000 Sparrow adoptions that the organization has made to schools across 27 states since 1996. There are countless life-changing stories that I'm sure only heaven knows.
Twenty three years ago when our child, Michael, was battling leukemia I was three ...