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... getting Ricky (the lamest official emotional aide dog) included in the package.
This morning it was a short jaunt to the French Quarter where we found a one of the few legal parking spots across from our destination, Café du Monde. The French Quarter and the café were packed. We had café ole and beignets that were worth the trouble of getting Matt’s wheel chair through an ADA disaster of an old building to get to a table with a ...
... for other parts of the world, it also made us realize how much we love and value our home in Houston. We're really excited to be back in Houston (less excited to go back to work on Monday) and we're already thinking about next year's international trip. Not sure exactly where we'll go or what we'll do, but we promise to go somewhere new to experience new things and enjoy more quality time ...
... conversation. Renee and I plan to keep contact and follow up some things we talked up. We both agreed our conversation was providential. I'd have to say this was one of the highlights of my time here - just a shame it was the last week!
Tuesday this week was the fortnightly morning tea for staff at Mase's work, so we made chocolate brownie and took the opportunity to say goodbye to everyone. They kindly gave the kids and I a WGIM pen and ...
... breakfast and felt sick as a dog, was dizzy and lost my appetite a bit.
Today is Shakys 29th birthday so we took a little tour to a place called Avery Island, which is where the famous Tobasco sauce is made and distributed, the girl giving the tour didn'y help my pounding head, I'm pretty sure I wasnt the only one thinking this about her, little grins were apearing on peoples faces, either that or they were excited about touring around a hot sauce factory. ...
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