Embassy Suites Dallas-Market Center
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... me to pack her! So cute! Then I'd made a list of what I needed to do before I leave tomorrow and daphne sat on my list so I think she wants to be on my list and come with. Adorable!! Then my afternoon consisted of chilling out and painting my toes. Taylor headed out to church for a meeting so I stayed home and watched all new kardashians!! When Taylor got back we headed through In & Out burgers drive thru for my last American burger of my ...
... helicopter, even for a short time!
The little 'plane safely tucked away in the hangar, the FBO again kindly loaned us the use of the courtesy car for the evening as we were unable to arrange a hire car rental until the following day. We had arrived in the area a week earlier than anticipated and as Philip and Susan had house guests, we stayed in a nearby hotel on Lake Ray Hubbard. Philip was able to join us for a quick beverage at a local UFO watering ...
I didn't think I would have many pictures to share since we are both back to work and Addy is in school . . .but I guess I shouldn't doubt myself. :) This crazy photo-snappin' mama is still here.
Life has been busy, but wonderful. The days fly by and by days, I mean nights. We get home, play really quick while we wait for Baba to get home, make dinner, eat dinner, bath for Addy, and the bedtime routine is ...
... his passport in the whirlwind packing - woo hoo!). A breakfast sandwich (for me) and Whopper (for Fred) later, we were comfortably waiting for our first leg of the trip - a quick flight to Houston. Exhausted from our early rising we both enjoyed a cat nap on the flight.
At the Houston airport, Fred continued to be "high maintenance" (as he called it). We had to stop at Subway, the bookstore, and Starbucks for him before we made it ...
... a very large screen tv that covers 4 walls along the top of the center hall. We were informed that this large screen plays a video every 15 minutes. We waited a couple and it started. The technology allowed the video to be displayed across all four walls and was quite impressive. We thought it could have been better, but the content was generic and didn't hold our interest.
The museum has lots of ...