Candlewood Suites Round Rock
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Round Rock, Texas – though this stop felt like a "fly-by", it was well worth the couple of days. Normally, as we traverse through Texas we are stopping for a nearly a week or more at each stop, this stop was only three days…. should have been two weeks! Our best way to describe this area is via the several small Texas towns that we discovered. Of course we never made it to Luckenbach, Texas, but that's another chapter. ...
... Center at 9:00 AM and things moved along pretty well for the first two hours. They got Kathy registered, moved into her pre-op room, cleaned, gowned, IV'd and drugged. Then we waited. For another four hours. She didn't get taken into the OR until 3:30 PM. So while there was a lot of waiting, at least everyone was nice and caring. She met with the pastor, the nurse, the nurse anesthetist, the anesthesiologist, the surgeon, some other ...
... at about six PM, as I type this.
Lynn is preparing pasta Alfredo which she will serve with roast pork tenderloin and a green salad. We had the pork last night, and, as usual, it was delicious.
That's it for now. No data connection means no internet. Hopefully we'll have such tomorrow and I can share this and some pics.
Since it was "shower day" for Lynn, we got a later start ...
... For those of you who have never been in a marching band, 8 to 5 means 8 equal sized steps for every 5 yards. When I was in the band at Iowa State, we drilled this over and over again until we could take a 22 1/2" step without looking down at the lines anymore. That is how bands can take a complicated formation and hold it while moving down the field, just like Texas did. I really liked the fact that they moved the majority of the show rather ...
... me from Day 1 in Austin. Good programming, enough talk, enough news, and laudy miss maudy there is music music music. It's not a blues station, like some I’ve loved, or a jazz station; nor does it dote on country, or folk, or bluegrass, or latin. It does everything.
Listening to the Eklektikos show a few days ago while computering, I heard Emmylou Harris ...