Candlewood Suites Austin N-Cedar Park
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... me to commemorate the day.
I never knew Santa got so many hugs. The Power of the Claus is almost overwhelming. When I walked into a room dressed in my Santa suit, it put such bright smiles on so many faces. I swear the staff at the hotel liked this more than any of the children I met during the open houses or the teas. Everyone was like a little kid, eager to throw their arms around Santa, ham it up and get some photos taken.
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... she had long ago growing up in New Jersey. But that's high praise, so we'll certainly be getting more from them in the future.
On the way out, we were driving through the parking lot and had to pass a building with a deck on the back. On the deck waiting eagerly by the back door were five cats. We just HAD to take a picture, so I stopped and said to Kathy, "Can I borrow your phone?"
She fumbled through her purse and ...
... with her, but told they would be right back. When they came back, they presented us with The Book of Mormun, which apparently Abby wanted to give us as a gift. Little did I know at the time, that book would sure come in handy in the near future.
After attending the Alabama/Michigan game two nights later at Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX), I parked my car outside Alvin's house (Alvin is one of my friends from college who I was staying with ...
... flight was pretty non-eventful, I snuck some photos of family members sleeping, as any younger sibling would. I chatted with the lady next to me from ft lauderdale. I watched 21 jump street on my iPad, hilarious by the way. The eight hours going literally flew by :). We made it to baggage claim, and all were found! Yay! Then we set out for Alamo rent a car via shuttle bus. Wendy picked up here soft top jeep, and I picked a dodge suv. More to ...
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Stanley Isaac, the station manager, is one person who’d endorse
this view. A former schoolteacher, Stanley presented Radio
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