Fairfield Inn & Suites Fairfield Napa Valley Area
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... So I will defer to my brother’s beautiful memorial speech:
“My mother was a bright shining light in the world. It is such a tragedy that she is gone but primarily I am left with an incalculable graciousness for her presence in my life.
My mother was so many wonderful things in her life! She was a journalist, an herbalist, a Buddhist, a massage therapist, a florist, a genealogist,….a gardener, a writer, an actor, a ...
... the city skyscrape scene giving grey silhouettes of the tall buildings.
For some reason the ferry slowed right down as it ...
... novel, complete with crooked reading glasses and IMAX 3D on top of those, all because I offered the flame from my lighter. I hadn't the heart to tell her that we are currently existing in the third dimension, fearing to be drawn into a conversation about true realities, or at least what she considers to be.
I've met roofers who want to be stand-up comedians, pining for the career of making people laugh and forget their own troubles for a while. Telling jokes, ...
... heaps of useful and useless stuff up until the point where I hopped off the Downtown Tour at Union Square in order to hop on the Golden Gate Park tour. Firstly, I was one of the last to get on so ended up sitting downstairs - where you can see squat through those pixel-covered windows - so my initial thought was to just listen carefully to the tour guide and come back on my own to places I found interesting. That is until he started talking... Ok granted, I was ...
... one or the great one). During the Russian ownership of Alaska, the common name for the mountain was Bolshaya (great) Gora (mountain). After the sale of Alaska to the United Sates, it was decided to select a new name. The name was changed when William Dickey, a New Hampshire-born Seattlite who had been digging for gold in the sands of the Susitna River, wrote, after his return to the lower states, an account in the New York Sun ...