Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Houston West-Energy Corridor
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Arrived sydney airport 8.37am 3 minutes early. Made it through customs no problems. Came out could not find callum, rang him he was at the wrong gate, he was happy to see me and I was to see him. Said goodbye to robyn and thanked her for a great holiday. In the car callum starts to tell me of the fight he had with Kaylah, nothing has change still in the middle of the two of them cursing and fight at each other. Welcome ...
Today is the last day of our holiday in usa, would love to stay longer and travel som more. Everything packed, bags are pretty heavy just waiting to go to airport, Flight leaves at 7 pm so I think we will just go to the airport as we need to be out of hotel by midday. Got to airport about 1.30pm sat around and waited for flight to la. Arrived la about 30 minutes late but made the flight to sydney ...
Today we went to walmart, omg what a shop. Got more makeup, pj, no shoes or bags just things I needed. Went over at 7pm to the opening of the show, women everywhere. Tried tp meet up with Rhonda and Jeffrey but no luck. Home at 10 pm with a bag full of material. First thing we saw was $1.00 fat quarter son got 13 of them. First purchase of the show. Got to airle 1600 that is only four lanes down. Went home with a bag full of new ...
The best thing I learned today was do not take your home for granted. It is great to be back and I have returned with a whole new perspective on life.
My most interesting observation was everyone was so excited to be back home that many of us did not even say a ...
... limply from the end. We briefly made eye contact, and in a second I could see his sadness, his frustration with the injustice of the situation. He just wanted to get on with his trip, with his life. There was so much desire to DO and not wait, so much untapped potential stored up in those eyes. So much sadness. He just needed a friendly word, a tap or a nod; something that might give him hope or a way to take his mind off of his current situation. In that instance, I knew how ...