Americas Best Value Inn
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... spent most of her time with Austin and Tami. Christopher and I had a blast racing cars and motorcyles and shooting up the bad guys in shooting galleries.
We had lunch of chicken nuggets for the kids, and other junk food for the adults. It was a fun meal and the kids were great eaters.
We spent several hours playing and then cashed in points earned for the kids to get some toys to take home.
We finished up the day with a ...
... about what it was like to grow up in China, especially when the Japanese invaded during World War II. Sue's mom was seven-years-old and the time and she remembers grabbing her younger sister and whatever food they could and running for their lives into the woods outside of their village. She said she never actually saw the Japanese, they would hide until it was all clear and quiet. She said when they returned, they found everything ...
... quite literally, made it possible for me to drive away and keep on driving. Thank you.
My thanks, too, to all of you good gentle readers for following me on this mad adventure, for encouraging me, and for sticking with me through the "boring bits." Thank you.
And finally, my thanks to Mr. Farrell for providing me, even in his absence, with the means to attempt something this crazy. You're still looking after me, even now. Thank you, love. Thank you.
... night. Working all week in the mines does that. None of the other six dwarfs could make it. But Alexi, the son of my brother John the Greek was already there with Tanya, a very nice woman from Australia.
They are short but no one mistook them for dwarfs. I also speak nearly perfect strain, so no problemo. We quickly caught up on Alexi's IT projects and the latest on the home front. He was headed to Alameda to spend ...
T-minus 2 1/2 Hours until I leave for the airport. I am only bringing one bag. Simplicity is essential in order to soak in the full experience. I feel a little anxiety but I know it will wear off once I am on that plane and I start reading my new book The Way of the Peaceful ...