Washington, D.C. — It’s a beautiful spring day in central Wisconsin.
My husband and I walk into the lobby of the Westin hotel and lounge in a small room with no view.
It’s quiet, but the sound of music fills the room.
I look out the window to the lush hills of Lake Michigan, where the sun shines through the window.
The river, which is at its highest point in the spring, has just emerged from its long, dark winter, and the sky is blue.
We sit on the grass, enjoying a hot, humid day.
We’re in the middle of Wisconsin.
The Westin has an array of events planned for its spring 2019 opening.
The hotel is located in downtown Washington, and is one of only a handful of luxury hotels in the country that also offers a private garden.
The hotel’s garden is a popular gathering spot, so you won’t want to miss this special day when it’s open to the public.
I like to gather my friends and family on the patio and enjoy a cup of coffee and a hot cup of tea as I share a couple of stories about the hotel.
I was working for the government of Mexico at the time, and I met a woman from my country.
I wanted to take her to a restaurant and she was a guest at the hotel where we were staying.
I met her at the door and we started talking about the country.
She said she didn’t want any visitors to come to the hotel but that if she wanted to go, I would be happy to help.
That’s when I started to understand the power of people who help you in difficult times.
I met a number of guests over the years who had a similar story.
They were not from Mexico but they were from a country that was struggling with the consequences of its drug war.
The drugs had been getting more powerful, and they were getting more dangerous.
I started taking them for a few days, and that was it.
I didn’t get into any fights or anything.
The only thing I did was go in and give her a cup and ask for her to come out.
I wasn’t doing anything dangerous or anything like that.
I had her come out, but I didn’t know that she would stay at the Westins.
That was when I became interested in helping people.
I’m here for the day, and my wife, I’m standing in the hallway of the lobby, and she says, “What is this?
You don’t have a job?”
I said, “I’m just a tourist.”
I went in and told her, “This is a day off.
Come over and sit down with me.
We can have a coffee, a tea, or some ice cream.”
She said, yes.
So I went over to the desk, took out the brochure, and showed her the room and said, this is where you will be staying.
And I showed her some of the amenities, the restaurants, the shops, the water park, and everything else.
I gave her a brochure that had the information about the West Inn, but it was very barebones.
So she had to get all of that from the hotel brochure.
Then I came out to the patio, and there were people sitting in the grass eating some of their food.
I told her to go sit on my lap.
We sat down and she said, you know, I feel so much better.
It was nice to have somebody to talk to and give me advice and make me feel like I’m helping people in difficult situations.
I know that this is something that will be a recurring topic in Wisconsin for a long time to come.
I think people will come here and see that this kind of thing doesn’t happen.
They will see that, even in their own country, they can help people.
And that’s something that’s not always easy.
People think that if they come and help someone in need, they’re doing it for charity.
That can be a false perception, but that’s the reality of life.
I think we will see more and more of that.
It is something people can do, whether it’s in a city or a rural area, and it can be an effective tool in helping those who are in need.
It can help them.