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... not afraid but this trooper braved an entrance to the house, which made him sneakier than the rest. I went in the bedroom with Jessica so I wouldn’t be alone with the lizard in the other room. She begged me to catch him but sadly my lizard catching days were over. I sat at the edge of the bed and crossed my legs to better hold my bladder, in fear walking past the kitchen to the bathroom he may launch his rugged body in my hair, or even ...
... and walked east down the quiet street to the corner that turns into the marina. I walked as close as possible but the gates were shut and chained so I turned around and snapped a few pictures of the scenery. I headed back in my original direction, crossing in front of the house and continuing towards another fishing bungalow my family nicknamed the boat graveyard. Situated across from dinghy death row lay another house occupied by a large gray ...
... for a fruit punch. My intentions upon entering the restaurant were to purchase only a smoothie – the end. Let’s just say my intentions are always good, but the mac and cheese was better.
After thorough internet research we departed Panera for home. While at Wal-Mart we had rented the Redbox movie, "Her" so we sat down in the living room to watch it on one of the laptops. I’m still unsure of the storyline and lesson ...
... Amy, Ben, Margie and Tom, Cari, Rick and Karen, all gathered at the house for a reunion in a belated celebration of Father's Day. Rick and Karen had been in Europe during the same period as us, but on a cruise of the Mediterranean. It was fun to compare notes. We were even lucky to have a visit from Barb's cousin, and his wife, who we hadn't seen in years.
... Siesta Key Beach plays every Sunday in Sarasota, about an hour or two before sunset.
This is not a commercial event but a local phenomenon that apparently began spontaneously and now has a life of its own. It is free-form drumming, open to the public and entirely improvised in-the-moment. A very informal gathering of like minded drummers.
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