Super 8 Elgin
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... s home for Easter Sunday celebration meal. We met them just before church! We had a great time in their home. Loved making new friends. We have visited downtown Chicago and taken drives around the area. It's beautiful to see the daily growth of new buds/leaves in the once bare trees. Spring is pretty exciting for these people since they endure very cold snowy winters. We are enjoying this last week that Braden is with us. He flies home on Saturday, arriving on Monday morning in ...
... Lewis & Clark probably wore mostly the same thing every day: army-issued. We are going to bring ten days worth of clothes and detergent and a bunch of quarters, something our heroes of old wouldn't have dreamed of: a laundromat. (While packing the van, shoeless, I split open and bruised my toes. Ugh!) From past experience, I know I will encounter temps all the way from a wintry 35 degrees to a oven-hot 100 degrees. This makes ...
... in my mouth with flavor. Kansas City knows how to cook meat and meat byproducts. I have memories as a kid of eating what KC people call "burnt ends," that is fatty garbage meat from the end of a brisket. The garbage meat in KC is better than prime meat anywhere else, in my opinion.
Jessica had classic KC BBQ from Oklahoma Joe's, which serves out if a Shamrock gas station and is considered among the top five BBQ places in a city known for BBQ. I knew it would be ...
... my haste was not completely unwarranted.
Even though I travel pretty extensively, I tend to be notoriously late for flights. It's something I cannot help. It happens to me practically every time.
Regardless, once I have actually arrived at the necessary airport, presumably within a fair amount of time, I hate having to battle my way through the baggage check, security and customs thresholds, and the mobs of other travelers in order ...
... joy of laughter.
And if the friends that your children choose reflect their character, then what Jackie Cotton reflects is all good. I'm honored that the Cottons would trust their daughter to our care for two weeks in a foreign country. And I admire Jackie's courage and strength of character for even considering such a thing. She was a real joy to have along and there wasn't one second where she didn't fit ...