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... Peter and Scott played some ping pong in our basement and Scott beat Peter! I took a taxi into town to buy a coffee mug at Starbucks. It says Liuzhou on it and has a picture of the city on the back of it. Gene bought only one yesterday, but we decided we each wanted one, so I went back to get another. While I was there, this was a Saturday afternoon, there was a double line of people waiting to order and ten employees working behind the counter. The ...
... Everything was delicious, just like Servati's.
We were eating backwards, desert and then the dinner. Joan actually prefers it this way because she can never say she is too filled for desert. After desert we headed for dinner. We ate at a restaurant that featured lamb. It was a very good restaurant that was hard to get reservations for. We ate hot pot style, where we had a few cooked dishes on the lazy susan and all of the other dishes contained ingredients for ...
This morning Joan and I were treated to a special bonus; not only did we get breakfast with Jenny, we got breakfast with Jenny and Truely. Jenny added a new touch, When she made her famous egg sandwich, she spread something on the bread that taste like honey, It added a little flavor boost to the sandwich.
Truely joined us, making some flavored sticky rice balls that she boiled. They were about the ...
... I don't ever remember being taught that rule in grade school. Another rule taught is using the word 'that' twice in certain situations. For instance 'Mr. Jones said that he is leaving Cincinnati and that he is going to France'. The double use of the word 'that'. The sentence is correct but Americans would say 'Mr. Jones said that he is leaving Cincinnati and is going to France'. Americans use less words in everyday language. Contractions are also ...
... are Naked'. So Jenny proceeded to tell me the meaning. When you have spent all of your money, and sold your clothes to a used clothes store to get the last of your money for shopping, you stop buying. Then you can buy your clothes back when you have more money and go shopping again. This sounds like more serious shopping than 'Shop till you Drop'! From all the shopping, Jenny and I were hungry so we went to a restaurant that Jenny has been wanting to ...