Holiday Inn Reynosa
Travel Blogs from Reynosa
... Daunted, our circus book club's first book of the season. I'm really enjoying it so far. I love memoirs anyway and when they focus on noteworthy women, even better!
Had an up and down day for most of the day...still adjusting to my job and the quirks of living where you work.
Some highlights from the shows:
Before the second show, I told a family that strollers are not allowd in the tent due to fire regulations. They said that ...
... westerly point of the valley and about 60 miles west of us, as is the
other end Brownsville, which is 60 miles east of us. We stopped and asked an
Utility worker where a good place for lunch and a beer would be, and he said to
me “your lookin at it bro, see that parking lot over there, it don’t get better
then that.” I said ‘gracious’ and over we went and we truly did have an awesum
Mexican lunch with cold beer served ...
... morning (and texting Jeremiah to let him know that we were going to be late for food), I stopped by the cookhouse and enjoyed an avocado/lemon/cheese/mayo sandwich with a little dash of salt. Amazingly wonderful. Jeremiah sent me home with more than enough avocado so that became my after show snack too.
This morning, Kayla, Jeremiah's girlfriend, John and I went to the laundromat in Edinburg that was near a Starbucks. Starting the day off with ...
... 8217;d even tried to do that, I would have had to say something. Geesh.
We’re right up the street from a hole-in-the-wall billiards bar, so after the second show, we met up with Emilie, Jason, Jeremiah, Kayla, and Jacob to go play pool. This is the first chance we’ve really taken to socialize since the season started and it was so much fun. There were only three other people in there and the owner was delighted to meet some circus folk, so it was a ...
... like a home
On the backside of thirty, the short side of
Back on the bottom with no will to climb
Well John luckily I did not endure that sort of hardship at 30, but I do
feel a lot more vulnerable at 68. I do not feel vulnerable for myself, but for
those who I love the most. I worry about them now, and hope they are OK when I
am gone. But, those are the magic words, “I am ...