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... and holiday punch. More than enough to remind us of our Midwest/West Cost family traditions. The boys also wall mounted the Scott's big screen while the women cooked. After the meal we enjoyed a few movies and many rounds of Scatergories before hitting the sack. So blessed to have such amazing friends in this country we call ...
It was double date night - Krista's brother wanted to go to a French restaurant so he could get Foie Gras (which is illegal in california). So, it was off to a French restaurant. Not exactly what I wanted, especially since I was about to spend 2 weeks in France.
Would have rather stayed home and eat the pizza that was ordered.
... the duty-free store to actually access the concourse.
While sitting in the waiting area, a national police officer and a young person approached the gate agent. At first, I thought the young person was traveling alone, for some reason escorted by the officer. I chalked it up to an odd way to get a solo minor onto the plane. As I came to find out later, the person was not a minor. The person actually sat on the other side of the plane, one row ...
... no funny walmartians and no photos to forward on for emails.
We drove what felt like forever and hit dirt roads, we will need to wash our cars when we return them thats for sure. It wasn't long before we came across our Texas Ranch Life Office and we continued on until we reached our Confederate House. Blake was our gate opener and i felt like we were on the farm again. We have a nice little lake close to us and can see if ...
... medical school yesterday. Justin will see her again next week when Silvia attends a medical convention in New Orleans. In May, Silvia and Justin will move to Boston for Silvia’s second internship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Mom, Justin, and I queued up to pay the Costa Rica departure tax of $29 (14,500 colones), which can be paid in U.S. dollars, colones, or by credit card. Paying by card seems like a bad idea because signs warned that ...