DoubleTree By Hilton Houston Hobby Airport
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We departed Baltimore MD airport to connect in Atlanta GA. At time we arrived to Atlanta airport, we received a news that there is an inclement weather going on right now locally and also in Texas, the flight moved to the morning. Oh no what do we do? Everyone boarding on the same gate was freaking out. Do we have to sleep in the terminal until …
Mia has continued to make an amazing recovery. We were moved to a regular room on Tuesday morning. They had her up and walking that day too. Can you imagine having heart surgery and walking to the bathroom the next day? Blows me away! Our biggest challenge is eating..she's completely lost her appetite with all the meds. And, if you've seen her, she ...
... and Katie, and Tad and Holly rode Master Blaster with Annie and Natalie. Holly headed back to Boogie Bahn to see Daniel and Cameron's lesson, and the rest of us rode Wolf Pack and did several rounds of the wave pool. It was interesting to me how the girls preferred to do the wave pool without inner tubes - just swimming along in the current. Brynn's floaty was literally a lifesaver as it kept her ...
... material culture. In one instance, Joel and I were trying to decide if the stones in a wall were floating or working with the floor next to them. We decided that they were floating because the stones didn't extend to the floor. Despite this more detailed work I was still a student like everyone else; everyone works on the site and I have much to learn. I still did my share of physical work and I’m glad I still had a chance to ...
... there was a great deal of intermarriage between the Acadians and the African population (slave or former slave), as many of the later photos of the Acadian population showed quite dark-skinned people.
Several interesting factoids:
Prejudice did not stop with the settlement in Louisiana; for a long period, Louisiana outlawed French, and for two generations children were punished for speaking it anywhere on ...