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It's the eve of my solo adventure to Costa Rica for 8 days of surfing, stand up paddleboarding, yoga, adventure and solitude. It's been 5 years since my last trip to another country. Tomorrow will mark the first adventure I have ever taken on my own...unless you count moving to California at age 17. It is long overdue and has been brewing for …
... though they advertise a $5 Happy Meal (a shot of Jagermeister and a Lone Star tallboy--it's a great deal if you're taking a cab!), we decided against it and stayed with beer. We rolled in to the Hyde Park Market, also known as the Flag Store because of the multitude of flags adorning the building's facade. We picked up another 6-pack we could never get in Florida (Santa Fe Brewing's Happy Camper IPA), as well as some Dublin Dr. Pepper (made with cane sugar and ...
... slept, and hydrated like crazy. By Wednesday afternoon I was feeling well enough to go out. I attended the birthday party for the kids that afternoon and the two parties on Thursday. I was excited to be back in action and spending time with the children, and I wasn't even feeling that sick anymore, just kind of tired and run down. We arrive home on Friday night, and the chaperones advise my parents to take me to the doctor just for a check up and maybe some ...
... weren't relocating in Austin and competing for space, our group was able to make connections with a host of organizations that work to support businesses including groups specifically for women in business like Texas Women in Business, Round Rock Chamber of Commerce, Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas, BiGAUSTIN (where we met with several prototype businesses and innovative service businesses owned by women), and the ...
... they only have 10 minutes in which to raise and make their point. In contrast, in Senate, they can talk for as long as they like, as long as they don't go to rest room, eat or drink, or lean on anything whilst talking (the idea is to stop them from deviating). What was particularly interesting from a British perspective, was that Congress and Senate meetings are open to public access - as its part of the constitution that the public have a right to know ...
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