Roseville Inn & Suites
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Looks like it is going to be a lovely day! Brunch at "Turtles" a local bakery restaurant. Excellent as per usual. Linda & Lynn then bathed both Daisy & Mouse in readiness for our holiday. I spent the afternoon trying to sort out my packing. As there is a house sitter coming and will need to use my room I have to have all my things out of the way so I thought that ...
... you forever" or "I can't imagine not having you in my life". Of course, with hindsight comes wisdom.
The point is, everything turned out alright. The best things happen when we are nervous for what is to come; when we can't predict everything and surprises are bound to occur. To study abroad, I had to decide to leave behind many great people and my cozy life. That will be hard, but I get to follow my heart. It's enlivening, really. ...
... his constant enthusiasm. Jamie for her preparedness for any situation. Ann for her unflappable go with the flow attitude. Tricia for wise cracks at the right moment (and for doing the opening speech in German with 24 hours notice)
Finally I would like to thank Rotary District 5960 for sending me. It was an unforgettable experience.
I also would like to thank MSSA for letting me take the month off.
I am off to work ...
... dough with cinnamon sweetness rolled up in it)
fried cheese on a stick
ginormous hot dogs
mineapple pie on a stick
pork chop on a stick
alligator on a stick
corn on the cob (drenched in buttery goodness)
fried rice balls
deep fried beer
and of course, a local favorite, deep fried cheese curd.
Even though we walked around a lot, I'm pretty sure all the **** we ate cancelled out any benefit the walk might have provided.
... the bike path a block from their house. We started near the sports center and went along tidy back yards and parks. Soon we crossed the highway on a wooden bridge – clickety-clackety-style – and followed the coastline. There were whitecaps further out but here the water was like glass. It was very exciting to see a few shorebirds and add an Eider to my life list of birds (yes, total bird geek). We passed the ...