Fireside Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it heals up, and keeps healed! Stargazer's feet are still slightly hurting, but she says they are better than before. They look a lot better, so that is good - glad she feels better. Other wise, injury wise - we are doing good :) So the Big Agnes issues have been taken care of...no more leaking tent, leaking floor, falling apart netting, and wet gear...........I am receiving a new MSR Mutha Hubba NX 3 person tent! A GIANT thanks to the guys/gals at BackCountry.com for taking care of me. You all ...
I’m laughing at myself as I feel the sore inner thigh muscle I slightly pulled in Jill’s Wednesday AM yoga class this morning. We did a hamstring class that built up to Hanuman, the Monkey God pose, aka a split. I could not get near a split as a child and I was surprised at where my body went today. Pain is not always a bad thing. I came by this nagging thigh muscle very honestly. It makes me smile.
On Sunday, at ...
... growing normal cell and the chemicals are unable to discriminate. That's why cancer patients often lose their hair. Am I worried about that? Nope! I've some comfy hats, it's only "hair," and it will grow back eventually. I did not feel any effects of Monday night's chemo infusion until Thursday evening. When my legs and feet ached, I chalked it up to 21\2 days in bed, and then the fact that Noah and I had spent ...
We were so excited to visit Bristol again. Last year, we stayed with Joe & Mary, our sponsor contacts, who were some of the loveliest hosts we could have hoped for, we met Brad and Jim Tonner, two brothers who run TwinDesigns, a local gift shop, and who write/illustrate children's books, and we met 16 year old Josh, a boy who was born with an autoimmune disorder and had been homebound and ...
... as we get to go into down and watch the town parade, then a huge firework display is put on over our lake at Camp. Anyway, we went to "Hatchland's farm" ice cream, which was just a little shop in the middle of nowhere. I got a scoop of chocolate and a scoop of cookies and cream with m&ms. It was nice but the scoops were huge and sickening. Then it was off to Walmart again. I managed to get my trolley stuck on one of the silver hangers...I'm sure any other people ...