Mt Gainor Inn
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... loud like a humming bird. M'Kay?!?!
Then, there's this other young lady. Sigh. I noticed that she was very nervous around me when she met me and rode in my car to the stuff welcoming lunch; pretty jumpy young lady. I wasn't quite sure why and assumed that it was because she heard that I was pretty policy driven. However, I don't think my presence scares people at all. Well, I find out a couple of nights ago why that is. Turns ...
Well the night before ended in early hours of this morning! Around half 3 I think it was I finally crawled in to bed. Has to be done on Thirsty Thursday's lol. So I didn't wake up till around 10! Which I never lay in till that. Stomach felt rather delicate after trying all kinds of drinks. So it was big glass of water and back to bed while D went to class! I basically had the laziest day ever. Didn't get ...
... I don't know". We take one more lap around the block and I make the decision we're gonna get in line. About 20 mins after getting in line a young lady comes through taking pre orders to determine who will be the last person in line guaranteed to get food. I was a bit more than surprised when after she took our order she announced to the rest of the folks in line that they were Sold Out! After taking our order she goes on to say to me..."oh, by the way, ...
... we only spent about $40 on stuff for dinner and carried it down to the South Congress Ave bridge for sunset.
About ten minutes after the sun sets, there is a flurry of activity under the bridge, as 1.5 million bats take flight and head off in the search of their nightly feed. Although the bats are still small and grey this time of year, it was quite the spectacle to behold, as they wove a trail of black across the darkening sky. You could hear their wings ...
... adding 74 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries. But, the best player of the game was Texas sophomore quarterback David Ash. He had a terrific game with 364 yards passing with two touchdowns while completing over 80% of his throws. He also added 21 yards on the ground. Don't be surprised to see him on the Heisman watch next year. Also note that none of the players mentioned are seniors, and only one is a junior. It seems that the Texas offense ...