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... play Clash of Clans, and I return and thaw it. I speak with great confidence when I tell you that if I am not there and he can't play with his toys, he would resolve the issue if he could.
I am used to all this and it doesn't annoy me. Let me tell you what Dad does that DOES annoy me. Take this morning. Dutiful wife that I am, I went to the AAA office before we left and obtained guides and maps for ...
Just one week to go. It's hard to believe how much there is to do to get ready to leave. We've got the house rented, stuff ready for storage, bills etc. paperless, places in England mostly booked, a car lined up and a one way ticket first to Florida then on to London. We will miss family ...
We were woken up early because it was Christmas morning. I went upstairs and saw what I had in my stocking. I got some lip balm, a scarf, a Starbucks card and some chocolates. Then after breakfast we went to open our other gifts, I got a magazine subscription, a hair straightener, a pandora bead and an iTunes voucher. Then I went on a walk with Mum ...
... for a stunning view of the surrounding mountains. The air is thin up there! The last little bit has you walk up a couple hundred stairs and you could definitely feel it. It was also only about 55-60 degrees and blowing cold wind as storms lined the distance peaks. I forgot to bring a jacket because back in Denver it was 85 degrees and sunny. We continued our drive through the windy mountain roads and I ended up seeing deer, elk, friendly chipmunks, and the ...
... th-century buildings; the old-brick warehouses house restaurants now. The Museum of Contemporary Art is there, and Larimer Square, and Coors Field. Double wow!
I think I’ll head for the Golden Triangle first, that’s the museum district; there’s the Clyfford Still with abstract art; and the Denver Art Museum with more than 68,000 works (including a newly revamped American Indian Gallery). There’s the US Mint, where more than ...