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... purchase. It was a fruitless exercise and he could only get $6.25 so he and Christine had coffees and Larissa a babycino at Starbucks. No choice here for good coffees! I was on granny duties with Aiden. On Monday Christine took me to Must Love Fabrics at Grapevine Mills to buy some patchwork fabric so I make a Texas quite for Aiden. It was a great shop (it has a website) and the ladies were very helpful. On Tuesday we went to Larissa's music class. ...
... allows them to excel even in areas that they are not necessarily skilled in; after all, they can learn it. Right? And they have goals in mind; they live every day on purpose and with purpose. There are no limits when it comes to them. And as a result, I'm encouraged to do the same.
On the contrary, I have also endured relationships with some of the most "limited" people ever. There's a box, although wonderfully decorated and ...
Today was a trip to a State Park about 1 hour's drive north of Coppell. Whilst most of the drive was along freeways we passed through farming country with horse ranches and cattle before entering the park. Ray Roberts Lake State Park has a 29000 acre reservoir supporting many water activities. The weather was nice and sunny but the wind kept it cool - about 16. The park has many camping sites allowing for walking and ...
Goodbye Canada, Hello Texas, eventually.
After a very enjoyable time spent in Canada
we boarded our plane bound for Dallas, Texas and the second leg of our North
American trip. What should have been uneventful three or so hours flight from
Toronto turned into eight or so hours and an unexpected detour to Shreveport,
Louisiana to refuel so we could proceed to avoid a series of massive storms and
... claim of one of the DMA employees that a work by Jason Johns was the most expensive piece in the building....worth more than the Van Goghs, Renoirs, Monets etc etc.
If you saw this piece you would never believe it....what is it they say about art! I couldn't believe all the waffle written alongside some of these pieces too.
Dinner tonite was at Dakota's steakhouse - really superb food. Good service too!