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Motel was ok.
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... but dainty. I loved the way she didn’t even look like she was trying, and yet this amazing sound came out of her tiny little chest.
So eventually the show had to end, but there was still one little surprise left for us. We decided to wait at the stage door as we always do, with the hope of meeting baby Carter. We waited for ages, and a lady told us that the cast had gone, but we know better than to trust people who say that. ...
... to Tyler's baseball game all the way out in Westchester. The seats were in the middle of center field which is Tyler's position.(Tyler is my niece Jessica's older son). After we got home I had to indulge my OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) and finish the jigsaw puzzle. His team lost 6 - 7.
Thursday - I asked for a stay at home day. We weeded and planted the tomatoes, parsley and basil. We are going ...
... Newark. We were planning on taking a train, but Dad decided that he would come pick us up. We were so excited about this. Thanks again Dad.
We spent the rest of today and all of tomorrow with my family. I am really glad that we came home for the services even though Gram had told Dad to tell us not to. Like I said I am really going to miss Gram and I know that everyone else will too. She was truly great and at least we have all our happy memories with ...
... potatoes and gravy (the lunch special) and Day had a chicken cheese steak wrap that was really huge and twice as much food as she would normally eat. But we enjoyed our lunch and it was definitely one of those old family run diners that really made you feel the love of home cooked food.
We continued on and then got on US-13/40 and shortly we got on I-295 that took us across the Delaware Memorial Bridge into New Jersey. No toll but I think you have ...