La Quinta Inn & Suites Waxahachie
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the river walk but disappointed it didn't have more lights turned on. Christmas lights hung from the trees but weren't turned on. Quite a few ducks and tour boats in the water. Weather was great and made for a very nice evening until we got home and saw what dammit dog had done to my blinds. Guess I should be glad it was only one window. They are getting doggie downers ...
... the activity. Steve and I looked after Aiden while Larissa had a play date. We had a lovely long walk this afternoon enjoying the sun. We stopped for a Starbucks iced coffee. Steve was not impressed but I enjoyed my coffee frappacino. I packed the suitcases this afternoon. A challenge to fit everything especially the shopping but we are only carrying an extra back pack home. We leave at 8pm on Wednesday 21 January for a 16 hour 55 minute flight - ...
... I am suddenly surrounded by walls of limited thinking and mental claustrophobia begins to take a toll. So I'm working on it. Truly I am. Some days, I feel that I do well. Other days, not so much. But it's something I will continue to work on as I do believe that the ability to communicate with all greatly enhances your ability to impact people in a multiplicity of areas.
Well, that's all for now.
Blessings and love,
... riding, cycling, boating and fishing, and in summer swimming. At this time of the year the park looked very bleak with dried grasses and many deciduous trees. It also is home to many animals including deer, raccoon, squirrels as well as birds, but they were all hiding today. The lake has largemouth bass, crappie, white bass and catfish. We enjoyed a picnic lunch, playing in the fallen leaves and the playground ...
... fire in the 1970s a decision was made to declare the area an historical site to provide an example of the western cowboy / livestock / cattle drive culture. We saw a longhorn cattle drive, could even ride a beast and be charged $5 for a photo. Many of the stables have been converted into shops and restaurants. We did a walking tour of the precinct and were given a very informative spiel on the history. We went ...