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... 160;What a gift it is to tell great stories and have them fit in every conversation, as only you know Andy can. My good fortune to have had things worked out this way. We both benefited from healing time in sunny Florida & the emotional stress of me having multiple surgeries and Andy's leg improving, by taking it easy. His admonition to me is 'slow down', a speed I have never mastered. I have heard from the 2 men aboard ...
... had a coffee while I looked at the rocket garden - happy to have tangible hardware to look at rather than digital stuff. It has several of the important rockets from the development of the space program. Then back on the bus for the hour or so back to Orlando.
Unfortunately missed catching up with my pdheart friend Cindy so back to the resort restaurant for dinner. Marie had a Tilapia Fish sandwich and I had the ...
... make these remarkable tiny little squeaking noises, whereas the parents are pre-historic and menacing in appearance and glide silently through the water. Alligators have an incredible ability to look fake, unmoving and statuesque. I also saw a variety of tourists taking photos of themselves right next to these alligators, completely ignoring the signs warning of the reptiles’ dangerous nature and advising one to keep at least 15 feet (5 meters) distance from all ...
... it all.
I'm on my way back to hospital after sleeping for over 12 hours last night and will share more later on.
Makana's dad arrives today and Bob will be here on Monday. The bris will be on Thursday and then we'll be working on settling in to life with a baby.
Love, love, love to you all!
Jane and our newly expanded family!
... Once we hit Atlanta all that changed! First off, people may ***** about how the Dallas airport layout sucks but Atlanta has it beat, big time! If your plane lands at the farthest gate of terminal A and your connecting flight is at the furthest gate of terminal B (as ours was), that one hour layover is not a casual stroll from gate to gate. No, it's a 3/4 mile, "holy ****, I hope we make it", speed hike with a **** load of baby ...