Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix/Gilbert
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... is not well- the tumor is a fast growing one in his brain and now not sure what will be happening. They did operate and he was combative after surgery?!
January 8, 2015- Thursday. We did not get up until 10 am and the temp was still 0 (zero)! But the sky is blue and pretty. We have had the paper stopped so Phil had to walk to the corner convenience store for a copy and will have to each day till we leave. A bit more packing and putting towels by ...
... Indians here come from the same tribe as the Indians who built Casa Grande hundreds of miles away.
I then followed Doris to a large mall in Scottsdale. She had a good time shopping.
We then drove around the Arizona State University. It has a beautiful campus and everything seemed much cleaner than UT. Tattoos seem to be the fashion here as they are in Austin. The people here don't seem to be as strange as the people in Austin. ...
... we enter the realm once again of the deep, the personal, the self-serving and more of the personal. But mainly self-serving. So, let's talk about ME... As many of my friends have noticed, I have spent the last two years running and traveling when I could to just get away - the destination was generally less important than the getting out and away...away from life, the house, everything that reminded me of those terrible thirteen months. If it weren't for Brendan, my parents and ...
... the way to the Super Bowl.
After the game, we decided to take advantage of the beautiful day and sat on the patio and played a game of Canasta. How many people are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy a sunny Sunday on the patio, only 10 days before Christmas.
Tomorrow I will be moving on west, but only about an hour, to visit with my Aunt and Uncle. More family time. I am excited to see everyone. Life is good.
... as Route 66 is either gone or has been papered over by opportunistic commercialism. One can have a stamped metal replica sign - all the originals have long since been "removed" from their original posts - for $14.99. Or perhaps you would like a T-shirt so everyone knew you were there. (Is that analog tweeting?)
Anyway, I don't have the time or energy to reflect fully on what I took away from our trip along a short section ...