Extended Stay America - Fort Worth - City View
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... to being preference, or denominational practices. It became clear, and the handwriting on the wall. Consequently, how I respond now to certain things is very different to how I would have responded this time last year, and definitely the year before that. I hear things differently. My perspective has changed because I had to change my seat to observe it from a different angle. I even made a physical change in my seating where I ...
... about life in McKinney, including, apparently, some shena****ns among the city officials. That sounds familiar to people whose ex-governor and his wife were just sent to jail for a lengthy list of charges along the lines of taking bribes and pandering to donors or whatever the equivalent legal terms are. McKinney was recently named the Money magazine top place in America to live, but I would vote it down just for the traffic at the one ...
... spend Christmas Day--opening packages, cooking turkey (or, in this case, watching David cook turkey), and watching Christmas movies. Also being entertained by the dog, Kingston, who might be as curious a critter as Phoebe is.
Happy Holiday everyone!
... at our ticket office and the intrigue of seeing elephants and zebras when you park at the mall will hopefully work in our favor.
Cristian (Loyal) brought back his clown character for come-in and to do one of his gags during the second act. Aaron (Rider, KMC’s 2014 advance clown) also got into clown a few times for come-in and to pass out coupons at the mall during the day. And John (Sayre) finished off his first season with Kelly Miller as the ...
... of my 4th decade on this earth. No better way to celebrate than backing 1 bag and getting lost in another country far away. I take off on this journey to what I hope opens many doors about life/thought/existence and to test myself in ways I couldn't imagine living a sedentary life. Catch y'all on the flip side in May/June! Life is good, ...