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... to listen to some bluegrass/country music in a little place where a guy sat outside polishing a saddle. Fantastic music and a great atmosphere as couples took to the floor to dance.
The following day had been decreed a day of BBQ...for us at least! We had the fiendish plan to sample the best that Texas BBQ could offer and were starting with the best at Franklin's. 9:30am we joined the already lengthy queue and, with a bit of Johnny Cash playing through ...
... This quickly developed into a progressively worsening cough, joined by a headache which turned out to be a fever. Instead of playing with kids, I spent the next few days in bed, sleeping off an incessant fever and feeling lousy with congestion and a cough. It seemed as if my old friend Bronchitis has once again reared its ugly head. Thanks to great care from my chaperones, friends, and Asaprosar staff, being sick wasn't too miserable. I took some ...
... there were risk in taking the job, but I felt like I was given the opportunity for a reason. So I took the job and moved to Germany in November of 2012. In April 2013 I was off of that job. Losing the job was not the hard part, the hard part was my adoption plans were put on hold because I lost the job. So for a while I saddened by my loss of the family I did not even have yet. Not for a while, this still saddens me. I attended an adoption ...
... people here especially for the film competition. My son asked me about it and said that his matron of honor's husband at his wedding was sent here last year for business since he is in advertising. I checked out the schedule just for one day and there were about 50 events happening from early in the morning to after midnight.
We should have spent a week in Austin!
Review of campground: Sunday, Monday – ...
... and first visit with Santa. And then I wondered just where these pictures would end up; the walls on which they would hang, the computer wallpapers they'd become, the photo albums they'd be filed away in, the Facebook posts and all the "likes" and comments that would follow. These pictures were for posterity. Those infants would grow up and look upon these photos seeing themselves in Santa's arms, then pass it on when their time comes. These mothers, fathers ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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