Country Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport at Tempe
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I first learned about aloe vera more than two decades ago, when my mother brought home some plants for her herb garden plants. At that time, it was making a resurgence as the miracle cure-all. Unfortunately, everyone in our neighborhood only used it for cuts and scuff marks. For some weird reason, no one ever perceived using it for zits. Now, twenty years older and wiser, using natural for acne remedy sounds so logical and ...
... about illnesses and cannot abide and foul, dirty or cuss works. John said the way to get her to go home is to put on a movie with 'words’ she does not like. One of us said something about someone being '****** off’ and that is when she got up and left! Here apt is austere- not one thing in the living room and only a mattress and a box for clothing in bedroom – that is all I saw of her place. She had lived there about 4 months now. We ...
... out a few exhibits. The museum is definitely designed for kids but we all had fun being big kids! The first (and one of the most fun) exhibits was the water exhibit. There were four stations where you would make plastic balls go to different parts of the exhibit. For example, in one part you put a ball down a roller where water would then shoot a ball up in the air and it would land on another piece and then get picked up by a water wheel, go around the ...
... the weather was too cold to risk taking a boat out on the water..
Mark and Svetlana came to dinner with us in the evening, to a very nice restaurant in the art quarter of Scottsdale despite being the only people in there, it was very good service and good home cooked food. Mark gave Robin his card and his present will be revealed in the next blog...
I know this is 3 months over due but hey we have been busy...!!
... so have it as a postscript here. Please. With a cherry on the top. Thank you.
There's not much to say about driving miles and miles on I-10, except to mention that we drove through two of the heaviest downpours ever: We had to crawl along at 30 mph as our windscreen wipers couldn't cope and we couldn't see much further than the end of our bonnet anyway if they could.
We got to Phoenix during rush hour, but most of the traffic ...