Holiday Inn St. Louis Airport
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... least, that's what I'll believe). I couldn't hug him enough, and he couldn't try to squirm away enough, but I know he and my mom will have a great time together. I even got photos all during my trip back to Bangor showing just what a great helper he is with my mom. For the next two months, I will have an e-relationship with my cat and can't wait to see him in December! Thanks, mom, for offering up your beautiful home to my Smushy Face!
... color: rgb(204, 204, 221);">Have you created a life for yourself where you can experience them?
I have. I am f**king crazy.
But I am free."
Ahhhhh, today was a day of rest. We officially took the day off today to enjoy our vacation. Oh wait a minute, I think we're supposed to be enjoying it every day. Well anyway, no traveling today. After sleeping in and a bite of breakfast Karen and I went out to the train shed to see what was happening with Train Day. Several people we still setting up displays, but all of the real trains were already on display. ...
... hit so we took shelter, but the goblins found our weapons, which were used in a war against the goblins. The head goblin tries to attack us, but all the lights go out by Gandalf's powers and he leads us all out of the cave. As we are leaving one of the dwarves are carrying Bilbo. One of the goblins caught up to him and it makes Bilbo fall off unconscious. Once Bilbo gains consciousness, he can't see anything because it is pitch black. He starts to feel around and finds a ring. He ...
... flying downhill at
breakneck speeds. I was saddened to see
that much of this area, while booming when I was a kid, was mostly abandoned
now. Empty warehouses and manufacturing
plants lined this once busy street. Our third
stop was the Time Out on Meramec. We
were one for three as the Time Out was not open until noon, and it was now just
11:30. Back on the road heading toward
downtown St. Louis, with the muddy Mississippi River ...