Hilton Garden Inn Austin / Round Rock
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... and how much hair coloring do we really need? What would we have to have shipped to us midway through our trip? Do I really need to bring all of these vitamins? We were rearranging and repacking our luggage well past 10pm the night before we left, but somehow we managed to pull through.
We needed to limit our family to one roller bag and one backpack per person, since we are going to be carting them through airports and cobblestone ...
... the wave, give me the wave". After several attempts at shouting this, the bar man advised we were not being loud enough. After one more ginormous scream of give me the wave, the bar man proceeded to throw the clear spirit over us - it was just water! I thought it was odd that one of the tour leaders was videoing it. With everyone laughing, and me suitably damp, we headed to the rest of the bars. We went to one ...
... some other nurse. And we watched cartoons. Then the Maury Povich show.
Finally, they came and wheeled Kathy away and I had to wait to hear from the doctor, then the recovery room nurse. So I did some more hanging around. The nurse called just before Kathy went into surgery. Then when the procedure was complete, the surgeon came out and met with me.
As he approached, he looked pleased. "It went well?" I asked as we shook ...
... the moms, dads and older folks, too, because as I later learned, everybody gets in on the act, and the oldest adults -- I'm talking about people in their 60s and 70s -- want to sit on Santa's lap and pose for pictures. You cannot let these people down. And as I went through my learning curve, the mantle of Santa weighed increasingly more and I came to believe that there was actually a sacred honor in being Santa; it was up to me to carry generations worth ...
... Within the first 30 minutes their shirts were saturated with sweat, but they never lost their vigor, their enthusiasm or their senses of humor. These guys were unstoppable and I loved watching them work. Every time they put items down, they took the numbered inventory tags off of them and called out the numbers to Kathy, who checked them off the inventory sheet.
In the middle of it all, Glen said to me, "I wish I had these guys in ...