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... she is drunk, is ride a bike. "We might not be able to speak anymore, or walk in a straight line, but we will always remember how to ride". Chipitos is a ******* ace shot bar - we sampled a select few including a Harry Potter, a Dutch Delight and the incredible Chemistry shot (I really can't be bothered to explain, but go to my Facebook page for the video - so cool). The bar staff are crazy, throwing flaming shot glasses all over the place and all sorts. Absolutely slaughtered, ...
... She always put you ahead of
herself and made you feel special. I also learned to respect her very much because of the way she dealt with her lot in life, never feeling sorry for herself or making you feeling sorry for her.
Moira was most courageous, determined, giving, loving, dynamic and SO MUCH fun!
She also continuously tried to be the BEST MOM Michelle and Kevin could have and her
love for them was boundless.
Her departure has left ...
... how every night he used to tell his eldest son a story about a white rabbit that lived in the garden of the holiday home they were staying in at the time. The Miffy character appears quite simplistic, but when you look closer the lines have a frayed appearance. Dick Bruna says "a good line has a good shiver. But that good shiver I find the most difficult thing of all." Another interesting fact is that he made Miffy a girl because he hated drawing trousers! I ...
... Amy bought some shoes so her vacation is complete. Back to the apartment for a break and to clean up then off to O'Leary's Irish Pub just down the block. Jeanne wants to establish a local pub so we spent the night there. Played euchre, drank some Magners and ate fish & chips and sheppard's pie for dinner. Good stuff...especially the frittes and ...
... till around them or are now in the middle of town.
My GPS showed me the way to cover the 90 km and to got me hopelessly lost during the last 150 meters as Ted lives in a warren of oddly connected streets. In the end I had to ring him to get me home. And there we stood shaking hands and bridging nearly 55 years and 5 seconds. I followed Ted on his pushbike through the "pedestrians only" street (hence the GPS confusion). At home ...