Hampton Inn Monroe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Had a lazy morning after our big trip to Texas and back over the last 2 days. Marie washed and dried my clothes while I organised my bags. Eric bought the rest of my Australian coins so he can show the front & back of each coin when he places them and the Aussie notes in a shadow box. Good idea - I might display my coins too when I return home. We left the house early so Marie and ...
Marie had thought it would only take 2 1/2 hours to drive to Byers Texas to see Linda June. But when she checked on line, it showed 6 1/2 hours!. Then because Marie didn't want to drive through Dallas, we didn't use the Interstate freeway, but used smaller roads, making it a 9 1/2 hour trip Was an interesting trip with plenty of time for Marie and I to talk and get to know about each other's lives. No air conditioning in the car, so had to ...
... seemed smaller than in the show, but size did not matter, Haskell’s knows how to make donuts.
Just down the road a few blocks is the Duck Commander warehouse. As I was switching to the right lane to make the sudden turn I swore I had seen Kori Robertson driving the black family SUV often seen on the show. I assumed there were probably a few people in the area who look similar to Kori so I pulled into the lane in front ...
Today was our last full day in Monroe. The staff here at the Hampton Inn has fallen in love with Kallen. We've had the chance to talk to another WISH family. Their son had a heart transplant a year ago. He was in rejection 3 weeks ago but is now stable and was able to make the trip. You'd never know!
We enjoyed breakfast here and then went to the Kiroli Park! Kallen ...
... part of his care in addition to local medical visits 3 - 4 times a week.) We exchange contact info with many families as well. One Dad and son in particular; a 9 year old boy who just completed a round of chemo/radiation last week! He has a brain tumor. We are humbled and blessed to have met them. His Dad shared with me that his son has 15 months to live. You would never know that by watching him today. He has beaten the odds thus far and we ...