Courtyard by Marriott Rancho Bernardo
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... with the death of a loved one.
In my case it is divorce. I have never been a believer of divorce. Which for better or worse is probably why this last relationship lasted much longer than it should have from my end.
The fog has lifted and the bigger picture is always there to remind me what I had been missing out on as far as my goals and my overall joy while I was with this significant other.
I had been sacrificing my hopes, ...
... virtually empty, and had some hot food and free drinks (gin & tonic please). We hung out there for a little over an hour and then boarded our Air China flight for home.
About 12 hours later and 4 hours before we left Beijing (we left Beijing at 9 PM Friday and arrive in Los Angeles at 5 PM Friday), we were at LAX. Our great friend, Sharon Schwab, came and picked us up at the airport. We went to a restaurant with her, a friend, her son Shane and my Sharon's ...
... to hit the big time. They are making movies for Foxtel with Sam Worthington. Her young boys were very happy to meet Lara Bingle too! If you have Foxtel keep an eye out for Gallipoli Deadline a four part mini series to air soon! Fun fun!!
Once again we reluctantly dragged ourselves out of the pool to head back to our room to shower, pack up and get ready for our early departure tomorrow. Had some great times here great family memories made.
... and others who have very happy marriages with their wife at home most the time and occasionally visiting on board. They finally retire to their little cottage to enjoy gardening and never look back at their life at sea.
I found this on “Cruise Critic” by Joyce Gleeson-Adamidis
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... memorable contraption was an elaborate robot that shot balls into a five- foot hoop. The circuitry and wiring had to be configured harmoniously to make the machine work. As the old saying goes, it was simply “mahvelous.”
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There is a ...