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... things I had once known to be true.
* The concept of being look at as a "Balloon Girl" is not a new concept to me.
* I have heard people describe me as whimsical to the point that I had been tossed by whims, inconsistent, and for lack of a better word weak in my convictions.
* The dark and honest truth is when it comes to the scriptures they were describing things that detailed that I was on the wrong side.
* I had given up ...
... rock formations to open desert. The path meandered through washes and up to the top of mountains, then down through the cleavages. There were many directions we could take but we decided to loop back towards the lake hoping we could find a path to the road and then walk back to the car. We ended up climbing and going around several mountains only to reach a point where the road was in view but on the other side of the canal. We finally retraced our route ...
... We leave the restaurant and begin to wander. San Diego has a very vital and active downtown. Little Italy, Gaslamp district, old town, lots to see and lots to do. We wander the Gaslamp district, checking out the stores and the restaurants. We wind up walking right into the stadium where the Padres play! It's open and you can walk right through. You can't go down on the field, but you can get pretty close!
From the ball ...