Motel One Stuttgart
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... scared though. We waited downstairs and then the plane had some technical difficulties with the doors and we were delayed by an hour and a half. At one point they said the weather was too bad in London that we were going to be pushed back for another 2 hours but thank the starry skies that didn’t happen.
We boarded our plane and waved good bye to Stuttgart a town that has been soo good to us and we hope it continues to be good for our friends we had to leave ...
... century. We ended up leaving after 2 hours since we had to check out of the hotel. However, we could have easily spent a few more hours here.
Once checked out of the hotel we drove to the Porsche museum. This museum was much smaller that Mercedes and was all about cars and racing. Ali thinks she has found her new car once she gets her license. Keep dreaming sweetie!
... place. That was good. I really want to buy a suitcase here in Germany. Please Lord provide. I want a reliable, hard case suitcase. Thank Jesus for directing us to the right store. We got home, decided what we wanted to do tomorrow and slept. The couch was super comfy but the night was nippy. Thank you Jesus for keeping us warm and well. Thank you for Anita. Please bless her for allowing us to stay at her place. Thank you for protecting us and getting us home safely. ...
... going on because Jon and his mom and sister were going to present a donation in his grandparents' names to the city and the mayor. Norma had to give a speech and we found out that a memorial was going to be built for the sister city program and Albert's name would be on it, Jon's grandpa. It was a very nice ceremony and the music was fun to hear with all 3 languages (English, German and French). After a ...
I quit my studies. My flat. My life in Mannheim.
I gave up.
I remember coming home over the weekends, seeing people who are really important to me and I remember them saying: "You don't look too happy. Actually, you don't look happy at all". And I stuck to my decision. I said: "I'll be fine. You know I end things that I started. I always did. I want to. And I will".
In the end, I did not.
I had to admit that this ...