Oakwood at Barclay Club
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... brought back to reality and hear how some people really view each other. We all need to be conscious of his we treat each other and we all need to pray for each other and ourselves to realize our own faults and find a common ground to help out one another. Although the conversation was difficult to hear, I'm thankful for it because it just shows that everything can't be perfect all the time. The conversation also brought me down and made me vulnerable, and I really needed ...
We awoke to a freshly baked quiche and pancakes in which we stuck in a birthday candle for Tiffani :) we headed out to Restart where we began with the donation rooms, this time with the men's donation room. With only an hour of work we got it all almost sorted out. Then we headed downstairs to serve lunch. I ate with Robin again today which was nice because we got to go deeper than politics- she ...
Menu Item: Jack’s Best
Notes: Features one Crown Prime Beef Rib, Pork Baby Back Ribs, and Beef Burnt Ends with sides of Cheesy Corn Bake, Creamy Coleslaw, & Toast. Had a spicy sauce and a sweet sauce.
Comments: There’s no knife (or teeth for that matter) needed here! You could easily cut everything with a plastic fork if you had to. The prime beef rib was extremely tender. The entire strip fell off the bone when touched. As soon as ...
Menu Item: Ribs & Brisket Plate with Spicy Slaw
Notes: Today was one of the first days after they changed their name from Oklahoma Joe's to Joe's Kansas City
Comments: Best ribs I've ever eaten. They had a unique taste unlike anything I've ever tasted before. The dry rub on them was perfect. The meat just fell off the bone and was extremely tender. The tender, medium cut brisket had an initial smoky bite to it ...
... water so they get dehydrated and die painfully, but let them go when it’s time. Stop breathing for them, or artificially pumping their heart harder. I mean, make your own decisions, but for me, for me please let me go. I saw a lot of death this trip, but most were peaceful, because we weren’t trying to pound on chests and pump air into lungs at the last minutes. They just stopped breathing and slowly passed. I don’t know if you ...