Courtyard St. Louis Creve Coeur
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... his legs while they ran his bag through the machine (secretly I also just wanted the ladies to tell me how great my cat was, and they obliged). I brought a blanket to cover him with which seemed to help him calm down while we waited at the gate and while he was stuffed under my seat. Max was a champion flyer. He hardly made a peep the whole trip and once we got to Saint Louis, he explored all crevices of my mom's car while we ...
... as landowner, manufacturer, judge, emperor, president, minister,priest, and soldier, which is bound up with violence, deception,and murder, and recognize its unlawfulness.
I do not say that if you are a landowner you are bound to give up your lands immediately to the poor; if a capitalist or manufacturer, your money to your work people; or that if you are czar, minister, official, judge, or general, you are bound to ...
... elevator part train. The space at the top is pretty small with lots of people jammed up there. We just took our pictures and got in line to go down again. We also saw an interesting movie about the building of the arch. We also took another paddle boat ride on the Mississippi. When we leave here we leave behind the Mississippi until we are on our way home next year.
I know I sound like I'm playing a ...
... similar to Hollywood Blvd.
After the they got their fill of mac and cheese, we went across the street to Fitz's Restaurant and Brewery. This was an interesting concept as it was not only a place to eat, but it was a brewery for the Fitz root beer. And you could watch the brewery in action--with bottles going down an assembly line--while you had your dinner. Neat concept.
When we arrived there was a 20 minute wait so we headed to ...
... with my blog was to take the pressure off spelling perfect and to be free from proofing over and over again... I could have added a few more overs not to be dramatic but to be truthful. Proofing can be so exhausting. I the one thing I did not want was someone proofing my blog. Steve is my personal and professional proof-er at work and home ... he knows how much help I usually need and the fact I am not asking for help... he knows that ...