Corinthian Bed & Breakfast
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The pictures are such a treasure. There are no captions or dates - we can only assume when they are from and what was going on at the time. We are so thankful for these pictures! ...
... The little ones did not seem to phase her. She was content chomping on her brownie twinkie I made. She was fascinated with the cool whip, but once that first large loud firework shot off, she was in tears and in Daddy's arms. We then had to go inside where we tried to watch through the window. Still, we had tears, so we put on some headphones to muffle the noise. Before the drama, we went shopping for sales, dropped by ...
Our first stop on the road to South America was an overnight in Dallas, Texas on Spencer's B-day. So, I scouted out a famous BBQ place that was close to the airport and our hotel - Hard Eight Texas BBQ was it! We ordered a tray of meat - seriously. We chose a sampler tray of different meat including; beef brisket, chicken jalapeno poppers, spicy sausage, and some beef skewers plus we added corn on the cobb. Everyone's favorite was the beef ...
... at Mama." That one was ok. Mama only hit her head on the wall once trying to avoid a head collision with Addy.
4. She ate her apple, corn, and sweet potato mixture only after it was poured into an empty mandarin orange cup . . . by dipping her finger in the cup. It only took like 20 minutes to finish the half cup. At least she ate her veggies.
5. Addy played high-five with Nickole ...
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If you can think of a drive thru guarantee America already has it. Fast food restaurants, even normal restaurants (we've seen Texas Bar-B-Q drive thru), starbucks, pharmacies, banks, liquor and cigarettes, you name it, they've got it.
We left Louisiana and crossed the state line into Texas, headed for Dallas.
We spent our Saturday night at the Mesquite Rodeo watching Cowboys and Cowgirls doing their thing. We sat in ...