Extended Stay America - Melbourne - Airport
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... way to go for them as a country and I rather hope that the EU will not put up some last minute cobbled up deal to keep them in because it seems to only prolong the agony. Its going to be a very difficult time for all. I fully expect our pensions and savings pot to take a massive dive when the stock market opens in the morning but teeth gritted it will all come right again in the end. At least that's my hope!
Dave's daughter Debbie ...
Yesterday evening, we heard a call with a special code to one of the rooms on deck 7. I told Lee, I thought someone had probably been hurt. This morning, the captain announced that the 20 to 28-foot waves and high winds prevented him from maintaining the speed necessary to reach Charleston and we would have an at sea day. I'm happy to announce that I was able to get my omelet, fruit, and roll from the buffet in the Terrace Cafe to our table without dumping it on ...
... the rest of us decided to go play bingo. Forgot to mention that all the little ones are with the sitter and Alice took Patrick and Nathan to the movie. Since Mike had to leave dinner, before dessert, he brought his dessert to the bingo party. My kind of guy - we gott'a have that dessert. Remember "Life is short - Eat Dessert First". If he had followed that rule, he would have already had dessert. We played bingo in the Boleros Lounge and it was fun, but ...
... to be a sniper in the US military. However, he is also an incredibly nice, down-to-earth, hard-working, dedicated, genuine person who loves his job and loves the animals he manages. The world could use a few more people like him and those who work at Rum Creek Ranch, and the pygmy hippos (and other endangered species) of the world certainly could use a few more billionaires who care about conservation.
During my visit one of the females had recently given birth to a ...
... Pop Pop's house, we played for a little while; Dyllan loved playing with my camera, as shown in the pictures of herself and I. After a bit, she let us know in her sweet sign language that she needed a snack. Following her snack, she padded straight to her crib for a two-hour nap.
At 1:00, she woke up and . . . her Mommy was ...