MeadowLark Farm Bed and Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Tuesday rolled around and my time as a sailor had come to the end. Pete and Nate would stick around, enjoy the rest of Carnival then sail to boat back north to sell it. As I flew back north it was strange passing all the islands it took months to ...
... i had to work on the master bath. there are no before pictures of that room because i was too embarassed to publish them. you can just use your imagination. apparently this house was originally built for Barbie in 1954 because it has pink (Blush AND Bashful) tiles on the floor, walls and countertop. since that is the bathroom that guests use, i couldnt ignore it. it's not totally completed yet, but far enough along for people tonight.
Finally, i am ...
... as there is some form of forward momentum happening. fingers crossed! it may result in a "quickie" plane trip back to st. louis. i aint driving my skinny brown butt all the way back there unless it is a done deal. true story.
ok, now for the good stuff. last night we got a call from my cousin's husband in texas. apparently their stanley arrived on time (for which they were very appreciative), but the other stanley for my other cousin is M.I.A.. ...
... house for 5 years. Here we are almost 12 years later. Yeah, it"s time.
Once sold, we can get mom/sis settled into a condo, or townhouse, in a city of their choosing. Maybe living together, maybe not. Im not gettting involved with any of those decisions. Need to cut the chord with that badboy. Hopefully it will result in all of us being happier. That would be nice.
ps> my OCD is in overdrive here.
... service - which I attended, the camp looked amazing. Surprisingly we had around 30 participants (out of 180ish) left. At six thirty we had the whole camp up and doing a final clean and packing. Then we met to do a final song session and the buses left at 10.45 and the RAs were sent straight to bed to sleep. We were told to be up for lunch at 12.30. Not many us slept as it was around 30 degrees in the cabins already. We given the afternoon off to relax ...