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Travel Blogs from Suwanee
... to try and post some thoughts about what I see and perhaps more importantly about how these places impact me. If you read along, don't expect anything too deep. Hopefully I can share with family and friends my experiences as they unfold.
Prayers are appreciated.
... a split second he was dragging a scarf down the staircase, then he helped himself to the clean clothes in the laundry basket. Sadly to say, it was time for Mr. Beagle & Mr. Bear to head to their canine time share!
Tails wagging, the two of them climbed in the car, fighting over who gets the front seat.
Thank goodness our wonderful neighbor, Christy, takes Miss Kitty. I hear Kitty even has her own room at her house! ...
... Irons like comrade whom I really profoundly cherish.Again,tears kn my eyes saying goodbyes after dancing a delightful milonga,so lightly,so togethdr.. " look at you.When I first saw you a month ago at Plaza Dorrego you were so different.You have grown here so much." Im touched.He is right.I have learnt a lot.I am at the beginning of my tango journey yet this helped me so much..The whole trip.I gained so much confidence as a dancer.As a person and,as a woman. We will be in touch ...
... from view by a hedge and canopied by Dogwood trees, a simple monument at the Suwanee United Methodist Church graveyard memorializes their short lived lives.
1835 – 1864
State of Georgia records complied by Lillian Henderson, show that Wiley Baxter obtained the rank of 2d Lieutenant on May 17, 1862, and was killed near Atlanta, Ga. August 1, 1864.
... the summer, but luckily several wonderful friends and my parents are taking care of her this summer. We're also leaving her at doggie day care for a good portion of the trip, and she LOVES it there, but we're still heartbroken that we're going to be away from her for so long. She's already acting weird since Peety hasn't been around for a week, so I don't know how she'll act when I leave.