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So 5 days until the long drive out west, and I'm finally getting excited about it. Not that I wasn't before, it's just that now that it's almost here, the excitement level is rising. I'm at home for the last time for a while and then I'll head back to Taylor for a last few days of hanging with the guys from my wing (floor of my dorm) (now being referred to as 3C from now on). I'm pumped to watch the Super Bowl and hang all day Monday and Tuesday. We (Max, Ryan, and I) will ...
... which was also busy, we had a couple of kind Samaritans allow us to be seated before them. We were very grateful. Then after being seated, there was a brief, but tense disagreement between waitresses about whose table we were at. We were very happy when one waitress finally acquiesced. The service was great and the portion size was impressively accurate for the kids. A great day and evening was had by all.
... often when she was a young mother of about 4 or 5 kids to meet her other young-mother friends for playdates. And HealthWorks seems to be a very nice place for that. It is a smallish museum, but a good-sized indoor playground and exploratorium.
We ended up staying there for about 2.5 to 3 hours. The place was small enough that I did not feel like I had to keep a wary eye out ...
... was very white and timber floored and felt warm and quiet,with timber decks looking out onto the expansive lawns surrounded on all sides by large trees. while sitting many birds were flitting around-the red winged Cardinal, the yellow goldfinch, a blue jay and I noted that there were several different bird feeders each with food specific to different birds. Jonny was driven around on Jerry's golf buggy and they suddenly appeared ...
“We’re going back to our house in Inyunaplis,” Mia repeated in her delicate, endearing mumble. “Are you going to Inyunaplis?” she asked me, her big blue eyes piercing my heart with their innocent inquisitiveness. This opened the floodgates for everyone’s tears, our hearts lodged in our throats.
“No baby,” I answered, tears free-flowing uncontrollably. (I’m not crying while I’m ...