Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Midtown
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... the living room, which is great, just a lovely comfortable home living room, and went to bed. The Grand Canyon's minor peril stayed with me for a couple of days, with my brain straying on to thoughts of how close I'd been to some big drops, but today's excitement caused barely a ripple in my consciousness. Reading: Rome 1960, David Mariniss. I'm a third through, the athletics hasn't even started yet and already I'd put this in my favourite ...
... bland. A lot of the ingredients didn't compliment each other well and most were just missing that little extra something.
The wine was good, even though I only had a sip since I was driving. Phoenix has a "zero tolerance" policy on drunk driving which I think is a good thing, but I guess it's easy for me to say when I live in a city where nobody drives.
Afterwards we dropped the car off and headed to the airport, ...
... and resumed talking. Finally after 10 I just had to get moving and said goodbyes and we will keep in touch. More fuel for the Sub –seems like I stop often but it has a smaller tank – anyway the indicator in the vehicle says I am getting good mileage. And on over the Cascades and towards Salem. I called Suzie and Lee is out of hospital and into a rehab so I will not go there tonight, but will go to Don and Anita’s. Suzie will let me know ...
My husband Jose is getting ready to board a plane to Prague this evening. The rest of the group, including my sister-in-law Lupita and my good friend Martha, will be departing in a couple of days and will meet up with him there. We are preparing for our own departure, and the challenge of packing light but being prepared for any occasion and any weather is a daunting one.
I am excited to ...
... get you every time! Didn't realize the turkey would be cold and have to be re-heated for an hour and a half before we could actually eat. Bummer, but not the end of the world. We added the customary green bean and fried onion casserole and embellished the stuffing with walnuts, onions and celery. Only half the family was there, but it was a nice, relaxed after-thanksgiving Thanksgiving dinner.
We took a ...
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