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... friends and family who contributed to Addy's special day.
We cannot thank you enough for all the love and support you have shown!
So there are over 100 pictures here. On her actual birthday, we started off with donuts - of course - and a giant balloon. Then we went to Toys R Us. After that, we had a quick lunch and then home where Addy watched Mama bake a little smash cake and make some frosting. I ...
... party on Saturday. It will be a full house! Most of the family Addy has met at least once except she will get to meet my sister and brother's family for the first time. Oh so sweet. I cannot wait - I have missed them so!!! We are doing great and look forward to a fun filled rest of the week. Hope everyone is great too!
... The bigger kids (Abilene, Ryder and Kevin) were in love with all the big rides.
The lines were not bad either. The longest we waited for a ride was 25 minutes. The negative of the day - the heat. At one point Tennessee asked why her face and hair were so wet. It was 41 degrees, our everything was wet and burnt! Our best purchase today was 2 refillable cups. For ...
... At the entrance information station in Texas, the lady at the counter warned us not to try to stay in Canton because it was Canton First Monday Trade days. We believed her, so I called a highly rated RV park in the next large town after Canton, Terrell, and got told that it only had two spots left for one night, but were otherwise sold out for the weekend because of Canton First Monday Trade Days. We reserved a ...
... to drive at more than 14 miles an hour on the highway. They might have reported on that little tidbit of local news, but they couldn't break in on the Gold Report.
Anyway, you'd be surprised to know that every market indicator right now says one thing. BUY GOLD!
Anyway, back to Dealey Plaza and the 6th Floor Museum. As I said, Dealey Plaza is identical to the way it was in 1963, except for the homeless people trying to sell ...