Best Western Lake Conroe Inn
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... minute shopping things. I got a fluoro green sports head band thingy for soccer. Every day they run pool side activities all day long. Taylor and I did a limbo competition, hula hoop competition and we got snow cones and s’mores later in the day.
Dad helps run a golf camp every year there, and every year, Taylor and I have to fill a big bin with ice and water to make an ice bath for the players. They go in the ice bath for 30 ...
... last trip to Europe. World events have made it a different place and some is troubling - but we plan to focus on the beauty of it all. It will be hard saying good bye to an old friend. Many great memories forged in my early childhood there (Germany) and early married life (Germany and Italy). Thus, we are off to "find that journeys end as we might not pass this way again." Here we ...
Blake and I are headed out on what we are calling the Tesla Road Trip tomorrow morning - from Houston, TX to Amherst, ME and back in about 3 weeks.
We've got lots of fun planned along the way, including a stop at the Georgia Aquarium, Washington DC, my cousin Jason's wedding in Philadelphia, a James Taylor concert, and seeing friends and family throughout New England! And, of course seeing Jackson!
I've got hotels reserved for much of ...
... seem that anything was on a thumb drive or disc, I had to retype most everything. Finally just quit about 11 pm, esp since the printer stopped working.
This morning I started all over again and once again the printer did not work. This time, no color, even though I replaced both cartridges yesterday. About 10 am we decided to bite the bullet and make a trip to Walmart (Oh, darn!!) to buy a new printer. ...
... It is St. John's UMC. Small church, very old (St. John's has been a part of the Georgetown Community for over 140 years. It started as a group of Swedish immigrants who joined together in their homes to study, worship and pray and built the first church building in 1882. At that time, they were known as the Swedish Methodist Episcopal Brushy Church (Svenska Metodistkyrkan at Brushy). In 1906 they moved to the present location and in 1938 they changed the name ...