Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum - North
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... home before enjoying lunch at the Harbor.
Not a bad lifestyle.
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... next month, to hold me over until I figure out what's going to happen next. I had looked online and actually this was a great deal...all the car rental places were going to charge $800+ for a month long rental. Yay! Temporary car...check! So since I am in a pickle and need a new car, I decided to get going on buying my new Subaru Outback. I did some research online and made my way down to a credit union to apply for my very first auto loan. I don't know if its customary to ...
A little over a year ago I had decided that I wanted to start a family and I started the adoption process. At that time I was living in Salalah, Oman. I found an agency, started gathering needed documentation, and was getting ready for a social worker to come to my house in Salalah for the home study. I then received a job offer in Stuttgart Germany. I felt that this would be a better place to raise these children that I did not even have yet. ...
... town, we passed by landmarks (such as St. Luke's church, where we almost got married) that were way on the outskirts of town in the mid 80s, but are now right on major thoroughfares. We found our way to a favorite old haunt, Trudy's, and enjoyed some time catching up with Roberta, John, Alex, and Seth (Fox was working). Good times, indeed.
... anticipation of the season opener. We seen about as few people climbing Y Mountain as Kevin and I seen climbing Mount Nittany in State College, Pennsylvania last year.
As shocking as the view from the Y was the utter lack of interest in climbing it. Let us tell you, if you make it to Provo, climb to the Y.
So, Sierra and Lindsay and all of you BYU students, please make the 2-mile round trip. Y’all won’t regret ...