Courtyard By Marriott Camarillo
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... playing this evening) It was a nice concert, but it was too loud for me. I have never been a fan of loud noises. The Adobe courtyard was crowded.
It’s amazing to me that most park and recreation depts. Offer free concerts and they are not as crowded as the adobe was tonight.
Arriving back home around 11pm we all went straight to bed…
Good night to all my blog readers and God Bless everyone who was at the concert tonight.
... find at JC Penny's so I can use my $40 worth of reward dollars. Laundry is a never ending process as my darling children are having difficulty waiting to wear their new clothes and have frequently been "borrowing" outfits from the vacation closet. Went to Malibu today to get some sun so our bodies will not be in shock or at least others will not be in shock when they see our white bodies exposed to the sun on vacation. I hear the dryer buzzing....the laundry awaits ...
... to show the person that they should trust you and that you have the ability to be a loyal friend. I find it hard to trust people a lot of the time because of how people have shown to be when it comes to loyalty. Because of that I find myself not trusting too many people and so I guess this is kind of a ************* for me answer.
... life easier when I am not having regrets or worrying for an upcoming event or situation. Without this stress it is easier to enjoy the now. We all know that the past cannot be changed and the future is unknown. Although we can control what is happening now. For this reason we should try our best to live in the present moment.
... the 81 souls trapped by deep snows high in the Sierras, 36 of them died from starvation, exposure, disease or trauma. The first of three rescue groups arrived in February, 1847 to lead the starving and feeble survivors to safety. Weather was so harsh that the last rescue group arrived in March. The Donner Party became famous for reported claims of cannibalism. Fortunately our drive from Reno to Sacramento, essentially taking the same route as that of the pioneers, ...