Hotel Dallas Mockingbird
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... easily murdered with our cutlery. Sounds dramatic but her laugh went straight through you like base music!! Once we'd finished lunch we headed back home. I sorted my washing out and packed my cases. I'm leaving America with a massive suitcase full that I didn't turn up with. So my bag I left England with I'm now using as a carry on and I have a massive suitcase. Daphne Taylor's cat has taken a shine to me and that much she was in my ...
Saturday 03 – Monday 05 October
We'd meant to mention in the previous blog, that many of our stops have been in towns along the railway network. As the long, long trains pass through the town, the horns are sounded – hence the last thing we hear at night is the train and also the first thing in the morning!
The effects of the horrendous weather in the east were being felt even in Memphis. The skies had been overcast, it was windy and ...
... br> This mama is back to work on Monday. The time home with Addy for both of us has been wonderful. We honestly could spend all of our days with her, but we know that school will be great for her growth. It does make it better to be going back to work with some amazing people.
Ok, one more thing . . . Addy has started saying "I Love You" back to us when we tell her we love her. So sweet and melts our hearts!
... at the top of her lungs. People are yelling at me to check her temperature in Chinese - I only know this because of the hand gestures. We get to the ticket counters and American Airlines is like, "You can't use these tickets because you never used your connector tickets to get here. Oh, and by the way your infant ticket was cancelled." Have you ever seen that hysterical person at the ticket counter crying and ...
... fateful day. There are two crosses on the road - the first signifying where JFK was when the first bullet hit him and the second where he was killed. Of course there was the obligatory look at the infamous grassy knoll too.
Dinner was at a Mexican restaurant, which was again delicious. After dinner and a few drinks we were on our way to see Paul McCartney. He played for nearly three hours and was bloody awesome!