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... If...no...WHEN I lose 15lbs I am going to go out and buy myself a 2015 Subaru Forester :D What better motivation than a brand spankin' new car....my Honda has been good to me...but I REALLY would like to treat myself!! So here I go...we'll see how fast I can get back down. I think I'll be getting back to my "pre-nursing" weight sooner than later :):)
Okay...I think that's it for now...as always...thanks for reading!!
Zea <3 ...
... end of the week..
even this development did not sour our moods.. we've learned it's par for the course..
not sure how to explain it.. but the truck camper just felt right :)
..even domi seemed to like it and refrained from giving
it the anticipated christening
A Note from Luis:
Whilst we ...
... start I made my way to south congress street or as the cool kids say 'SoCo :) it's a really cool street full of little shops, independent ones mainly, thrift shops, no chain restaurants & awesome bars playing live music. There was a burger joint with the queue coming down the street :) this is definitely the area I'd like to live in or along the lake front! From there I walked up congress avenue to an Irish bar for a spot of lunch - they even let ...
... turning the mundane into something quite special (pic). After dinner it was time to explore the rest of Austin nightlife. Second street is a surreally impersonal corridor where the "privileged" young folks can get valet parking outside their clubs. Nothing for me there. Red River Street had music, but it was all metal of the growly screechy variety that didn't suit my mood. Rainey Street was a ...
... of thinking where, although minority and women-owned businesses are gratefully considered for procurement, there is no law connected to our municipalities binding them to a certain percentage of procurement levels. A very interesting difference between Canadian and American outlooks on affirmative action in business.
Although we had very little time for cultural events in Austin, I really enjoyed my Home ...