Holiday Inn Denver-Parker-E470/Parker Road
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... would end up being closer to seven hours long; and it wasn't because of traffic, weather, or even the kids. Art wanted to stop at every historic marker and national park, to take a picture of course! So, the kids and I went along for the journey and lived in the moment. Art and Artie headed up a steep 1/2 mile hike to see Doc Holiday's grave in Glenwood Springs. Liam, Marina, and I hung out at the local library, which housed many children's ...
... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...
... truck which ended up infuriating Chris. He said he could read weather perfectly fine and the storm was still miles away and he would be home when he was ready. Chris needed some ‘Chris time’ badly.
Sonia and Stuart Twells came over to see Mum and Dad and catch up before the Mexican restaurant but Stuart was not well and hadn’t been for a few days so Gail took him to the ER of the nearby hospital to be checked out. He was 79 with previous heart ...
... With less than 200 fellow passengers, we had a chance to meet people from Australia, Canada, Brazil, the United States. . .and we treasure the time spent together.
There were times that I caught my attention wander from the information a Guide was sharing.
Gothic, Roman, Baroque architecture. . .sometimes those details didn't matter as much as taking a moment to just drink in my surroundings. To remember where I was and ...
I think one of the harder things about starting college, at least for me, was watching all my friends leave. For the majority of my friends, classes started about midway through August, while I still had a couple weeks of freedom because I wasn't able to move into my dorm until September 1st, and then classes didn't start until September 10th. I think of all my friends that decided to attend CU, CSU, and and out of state schools, I knew only four people that were starting later than ...