Holiday Inn Austin Midtown
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... far! Besides I did bring maw drugs" G:"But how you gonna get through the checkpoint" N:"Well, you don't need proof of citizenship if you're a US citizen cos you're in your homeland. If you're American, you just get through" G:" Whadda you do to look American? Chew gum?" N: "Ya! You use a lot oh hand sanitizer" G: "[laughs] that sounds right" N"No! No wait!...you snap your bubba yum gums and use a BUNCH of hand sanitizer" G:"Bunch! Oooh bunch!" Graham laughed for like five ...
... getting up and getting ready to go eat and then purchase some last minute travel necessities. We went to another BBQ place Ant found. Not crazy about the name La Barbeque O.o but there was no line when we got there and the food was very good, not Franklin's great, but yum. We got pulled pork, brisket, sausage, and a big ass rib. (see the picture below of Ant eating it)
I was stuffed, but as we drove away, Ant spotted ...
... us alive during our stay here. We had a pretty successful shop and got a cab back to the hotel just in time to watch the 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' season 2 premiere!!! so we unpacked our groceries, and watched our favourite fatties on TV with the scratch and sniff card from US Weekly.
We had a really enjoyable and eventful day so we were pretty ready to get some sleep after some flatulent fun from Honey Boo Boo and the ...
... Center at 9:00 AM and things moved along pretty well for the first two hours. They got Kathy registered, moved into her pre-op room, cleaned, gowned, IV'd and drugged. Then we waited. For another four hours. She didn't get taken into the OR until 3:30 PM. So while there was a lot of waiting, at least everyone was nice and caring. She met with the pastor, the nurse, the nurse anesthetist, the anesthesiologist, the surgeon, some other ...
A typical meeting went like this, regardless of the age of the participants:
The person would approach and I'd say, "Hello! Have a seat on Santa's lap." I'd lift a child to my knee or say to a hesitant adult, "No one is too big or old to sit on Santa's lap," and each one would invariably find him- or herself sitting on me, chuckling like a little kid at the thought of someone their age going through the same motions as people ...
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