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... worlds largest cedar rocker as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. (Although we saw one on our Route 66 trip that they said was the world's largest, so who knows.) After spending about 20 minutes looking around, we climbed aboard our home on wheels and continued south. Our next stop was in Lampasas for the obligatory daily stop at Walmart for a few items. The rest of the trip was uneventful and ...
... the Shawes. The kids
loved seeing them and it was just so fun hanging out and catching up.
That night we went to the Shady Grove for Alex's birthday dinner. The
Hamiltons and Miggins joined us along with some of Al's friends from law
school. The Shady Grove was great the second time around. It was
great to be with the Shawes, Miggins and Hamiltons. We could have
stayed all night. After a lengthy dinner that flew by, we went ...
... the window dressing on this affair. All I had to do was put the suit on, sweat myself silly and wave to some kids. Clarissa did ALL the work of guiding me, communicating, setting up the photo opps, taking dozens of pictures at the requests of the parents, talking with the kids, answering questions on the fly, all the while being calm, collected and perfectly professional. She's gonna go places, I think. Her work ethic and abilities restores your faith ...
... some who were twice my age.
Every adult whose child wasn't too frightened to sit on Santa's lap happily handed their kids over, trusting without question that their children were safe in St. Nick's arms. And it all made sense to them. Of course they'd do this and take their pictures and cherish this very moment forever. And for me, anyway, these moments gained a profundity that I'm sure none of the parents ever considered. And why should they? Their kids were with Santa Claus.
... people to set up camp, anywhere from 7 hours before kick off, to drink, eat and party. It is custom for girls to wear white or burnt orange dresses with cowgirl boots and for guys to wear their cowboys boots and a collared shrts with white/beige trousers.
After hours of drinking its off to the game. The street a flooded with people and only one colour can be seen....Burnt orange. of the 101,000 that get ...
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