DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh Airport
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... trail where we crossed paths with more than 1 garter snake...eek! We got to hear some thunder in the distance but luckily never got stuck in any rain. The weather has been pleasant, not too hot, beautiful springtime. I love being around so many trees, one big thing I miss about living on the east coast. Tonight we had a lovely dinner with Georgette and Tata at Fox ...
I woke up this morning with a killer headache. I felt so awful, I popped some ibuprofen and went back to bed. I forced myself to get up around 10 so I could get a move on working my way into the car. I called Geico and they set me up with a tow. It took them a while to get there, but they showed up to save the day. I went outside and told the guy what happened. He backed up his truck in front of my car and sat in the cab for a minute or so. I was ...
... It was fire works Saturday so we left slightly early to have the accessibility of crossing the bridge, so we watched them on the downtown side. A couple left their wedding reception and came out side to take pictures of them I snuck behind the photographer to snag my own. On our way home the Rangers were playing then Pens and the pens came Back and won so it was a great day in Pittsburgh sports. Also just a great day all ...
... Right! The Anchorage hospital, Providence, is pretty nice on the inside too. They put in three more stents (for a total of 8) and treated me with kid gloves. I was expecting anesthesia to be a bottle of whisky and a large wooden hammer. The surgeon was from Johns Hopkins and was in Alaska to get away from all the crazy running around on the east coast.
We started back to PA August 10th by way of Ft. Collins, CO. We wanted to see if ...
... the cross in the mud underneath the porch steps. That moment sums up for me the kind of depth of feeling--emotional AND spiritual feeling--that I think you are uniquely capable of...down, underneath all those interesting layers. Over the past year I have actually begun to see some of those layers slowly peeling back though too. I saw it with your and Lauren M's tireless work in the kitchen with your mom during the Hoedown to raise money for this trip. And I've seen it this week ...