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... it, it's confusing how it was ever decided that a bunny delivering colored eggs and candy in brightly colored baskets correlates to the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but it is what it is. There's probably a Wikipedia article explaining it.
About a month ago, Terry -- the woman who coordinated the Easter Bunny events -- had me try on the suit and head. The outfit came with a cheesy vest, but Terry told me our seamstress would make a custom ...
... more juices than any gas station in CA. Saddles. Vests. Brisket. Catering. What!? You're a gas station.
The only thing that was any trouble was the guy who was towing a car who was in the fast lane for like an hour an a half. This made Nicole crazy. She commented on him every 10 minutes for the entire hour and a half.(photo attached)
Other than that- Easy Peasy.
... have one less thing to worry about and be able to move about and think more smoothly. This has been a glorious transition my least favorite part of traveling is goodbyes. To think i only have a day with someone and then poof.. There gone is really not enough time to make **** happen. My brains so conditioned I actually feel like grey hound buss are the travel community hub... A social extravaganza. And in sure it is but it's also a bunch ...
... at the hotel, so that camper could have a few repairs completed before the racing season starts. We finished getting new tags for the car/camper and getting a Texas drivers license....so I guess this makes us Texas residents (better go out and get me a cowboy hat and boots). Well like I said in my other blogs this gate guard job was not for us and will not be doing it ...
... from the staff. After tests including a chest x-ray, they determined that I had an upper bronchial infection. It took two sessions on the nebulizer there for my chest to quiet down enough for the doctor to let me go . . . with prescripts for Prednisone (that ubiquitous drug of my life), Levaquin antibiotic and an inhaler. Last night I got my first decent night’s rest in a month. Mary Jo is feeling much better now, too.
More on our Buda visit next time.