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... and I have danced, pranced and pantomimed trying to bribe her to take a bite. We are hoping to go home tomorrow (Friday) ..our only hold up is her being stopped up! The drs want everything flowing before we leave..if you get my drift! We are so appreciate of your prayers, texts, and calls. And, as you can imagine, we are ready to get back to ...
... salad, tomato soup and all the free bread and jam you care to eat! I was so happy Tad and the girls loved the meal. Katie and Annie devoured the salad -- a first for them! The hotel is owned by the same folks as the Embassy in Austin. Identical floor plan, and the swans at this hotel are the parents of the swans in Austin! This time Brynn didn't drop the phone in the pond, though. Slept really soundly all ...
Mia is out of surgery and in ICU. We had a good report from the surgeon. In his words, her heart is "normal" now. A little bump in recovery when she had an allergic reaction to some medication they gave her in OR so they had to leave breathing tube in longer than ...
... now we can add it to the list of “I was there when….”
The game started at 7:10 and we finally got back to the hotel about 12:30. Kind of ridiculous—I think it is quite impossible for a game to end in under three hours any more. It gets a bit tiresome sometimes!
Thus endeth the most-photos/longest blog day of the trip!
Tomorrow we head back toward New Orleans.
... over the 5hour drive. The drive was one of the most breathtaking drives we had ever done. From deep canyons to the flat desert, finishing with sandstone masterpieces towering at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet. These rock formations in Monument Valley are some of the most majestic and most photographed points on earth. Between you and me, I thought Monument Valley was where the forefathers heads had been carved into the rock (Mt Rushmore). The realisation ...