Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Mesa
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... pouring it everywhere in the greens and fully saturating it. Using this method, you may still enjoy your salad without sacrificing its total healthiness. Red pepper might appear to be an improbable supply for losing weight. However, it is a great idea to keep a shaker of reddish pepper on hand. Reddish pepper may curb urge for food for hours soon after ingestion. It also is recognized to produce a thermic effect on your body which induces it to process excess fat speedier. ...
... and updated the electrical system in the trailer.Here is a list of what we have done to the trailer:
Updated the old wallpaper with a commercial vinyl "grass mat" ...
... still ahead by 1. Dinner at Yen Ching and good as usual. I love the chicken salad with the honey/lime dressing. Home to relax. Phil spilled beer in refrig so had to wash it! He also cracked his head on the freezer door.
March 10, 2014-Monday-Did things around the house today. Justino finally came by to check what I needed done with the water line that broke on my tree watering line. After Phils workout and swim we drove to San Tan to the wine ...
... for a Veg pizza. A great Pizza and we enjoyed Vicky. Home to Olympics and bed.
February 16th Sunday-A nice breakfast and finally took off for Superior/Globe area. A stop in Superior to visit the Copper Ghecko where I bought a scarf and got 2 free books. Then a run through the south part of the town to show it to Phil. On to Globe to lunch at Church’s chicken, a fav of Phil’s but, the chicken piece they served was tiny! ...
... sidewalk at this time because they knew that Rancid came on at 2:00 PM.) A friendly cop provided them with this tad of information.
Rancid would just have to play a waiting game and at the right time - POW! He would strike and arrest these guys for obstructing the sidewalk and violation of Rule 35, “failure to obey the reasonable demands of a police officer,” an outdated and archaic rule of the defunct Metropolitan District Commission ...