Embassy Suites Hotel DFW Airport North/Outdoor World
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
Since we have been back, this mama has been disinfecting every item that was brought back from our trip. We have no idea why we got sick and certainly did not want to take any risks in getting sick again. Each item has either been sprayed downed, washed, disinfected, boiled, "quarantined", or thrown out. By quarantined, I use this scientific method of placing the wiped down disinfected stuffed animal in a zip lock bag where I have squeezed out all of the air and set it ...
... around. I got a photo of the Scarecrow.
There is a lake near the hotel and it is very flooded from a lot of rain the area has gotten lately. You can see a picture of that, too.
Saturday night I went to dinner at a Steakhouse with the producer of the show. Her name is Talia (pronounced Tal-lee-ah). She oversees the whole show, making sure everything runs smoothly from an equipment and computer point of view.
... look good, Dad's sodium level is at all time high of 138. Big relief. Bad news is that Dad's white blood count is way up and his chest x-Ray shows a lung infection. He says that he won't tell us what we should do but recommends that we not continue to travel. Huge relief, no more indecision. I just have to get us back to Honolulu!
Returned to apartment and spent about 2 hours on the phone with AA. They really worked hard to get us back. We left London ...
... where everybody knew everybody else. As I walked out with my 'Mickey Ds' paper bag I realised what a Greyhound cliché I was with my off-white t-shirt, hot-and-bothered demeanour, and large white McDonald’s bag. At least I knew the bag contained some non-typical Greyhound passenger food in the form of parfait and a latte, but as I was in Texas I didn’t think anyone would care either way. I then found out the two o’clock bus was fully booked, and so ...