Days Inn Alvarado
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... praising God in advance for a prosperous new year. I entered the new year of 2015 in prayer, reflection, praise, and personal recommitment to embrace the journey of life and even spiritual growth; in some cases, spiritual rebuilding. However, it wasn't a snap decision or recommitment made in the celebratory moment of the clock striking midnight as in many resolutions. These are things that I have been pondering on, praying and ...
... lunch was the Zaxby Heart of Dallas Bowl, featuring none other than our alma mater, Illinois, with an impressive record of 6-6. The game was close until we sat down and took notice, at which point, Illinois promptly recovered a fumble, started to run it back, and then fumbled it right back again. That led to a touchdown which put the Illini even further behind. They ended up being clobbered by the football giant Louisiana Tech. We later passed ...
... spend Christmas Day--opening packages, cooking turkey (or, in this case, watching David cook turkey), and watching Christmas movies. Also being entertained by the dog, Kingston, who might be as curious a critter as Phoebe is.
Happy Holiday everyone!
Not much to report today. We arrived in Fort Worth yesterday after almost exactly 22 hours' driving and 1360 miles. Today we went for breakfast with David and then off to geocache, which we did until about 4:00. Tim gets the forbearance award--very boring for a non-cacher to tag along with two nuts.
We were able to find two caches that David had tried to find before and was unable to locate, including one which had not ...
... for me to book a new vacation to say, Bali, and journey my vacation through my travel blog, Instagram, CNN iReport, and Twitter. It was fun! Now? Ummm not so much. Judge me if you want, but it's Wanderlust. I long for the next stamp in my passport. And daily, I fight the urge to say "forget it," and journey back to the simplicity of life overseas.
Another change is that of relationships. It's different. When I moved away, and then returned to ...