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... falling asleep. I may just survive this yet. Sigh. Maybe I’ll read my book! Oh, Yay! I’m going to read.
Okay, that didn’t work, since the baby woke up 15 minutes later and wanted to stomp on my lap, Bradley’s iPad battery died and Danny had to pee.
Three hours later, I’m watching the flight tracker on my phone with Danny. I’m showing him how very close we are to landing in Denver and meeting Daddy so he can take us to get ...
... with everybody. The restaurant was really weird, there were heaps of neon lights hanging everywhere and there was a really huge shark sculpture hanging above our table. We said our goodbyes to the Myricks and drove to our hotel which was near the airport. The drive was only about and hour but we stopped at some shops along the way. When we arrived at out hotel, we had to take the car back to the ...
... we still got to see: the Denver Int'l Airport
terminal is built to look like the snow capped mountains that surround it with
several peaked roof lines - imaginative, unique and very cool. A statue of a 32ft high rearing Mustang
(colored blue with red firey eyes) is the first thing you see as you
approach the airport. To us, it
signified that we just arrived in "Bronco Country." Mile
High stadium where the NFL Bronco's play; Civic Center ...
... an excellent view of the Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton Forest. Flight attendants provide another snack and beverage service and one hour later, we arrive in Denver. We reach the gate about 30 minutes late and many passengers sprint off the plane in hopes of making their connecting flights.
The flight arrives at ...
... to be discussing evolution and he explained how it was possible for both religion and science to coexist but it felt like a feeble attempt to comfort any flustered Christians in the room. I found myself caught in one of the biggest challenges of my life. It seems pretty standard: either drop the class because it’s not what you’re looking for or stay in the class and get over the contradiction. But for ...
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