Mountain Star Lodge and Hotel
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... the places in Austin have stages and such for live performers. This particular joint had a downstairs stage inside, and an outside stage and dirt area. It looked super fun! My mom and I both basically lunged at the man behind the bar when we found out they had sweet tea, which should have been the first indication that we weren't from the area. He was super friendly anyways, and asked about us and where we were from. He even knew a little bit ...
... any recreational drugs, I was not in the best mood from the off. Do what you like, just don't judge me if I don't want to get on your douche wagon. That's your choice. I would directly quote but it'll get me mad again so for my sanity...oh **** it.
"Is it cause you're British? Do you guys not have that over there?"
"So like, do you drink? Isn't that a bit hypocritical." - "No. I don't drink to get wasted (always), I enjoy the taste, ...
... gone buck wild in there. Once we had a good look around it was early afternoon, around 4pm, we had made arrangements with my friends to meet up at 10pm after they have left the concert they were seeing. Bobbie and I caught the bus back to the hotel to get freshened up and shower before heading into East 6th street for dinner and drinks with the guys later that night. It was about 6.30 when we got a bus back to downtown and 7pm by the time we got onto ...
... kids for 11 days. The
first weekend I traveled back to Lex Vegas for my 20th year reunion.
W&L does a great job with reunions, over 50% of my pledge class was
back and I caught up with a lot of great teammates. Kara and the kids
headed to Austin from Dallas where we had spent a night with the
The first weekend Sasha and Carrie Godin came in from the Charm City.
This was Sam's first friend to visit us ...
... over the past couple of years, Kathy had gone from simple pain to walking so poorly she could no longer effectively ambulate. It was very hard to watch her struggle to take just a few steps. Her life became increasingly sedentary and I grew increasingly concerned. And none of the doctors she saw considered other problems. None, that is, until we moved to Austin.
When Kathy went to see an orthopedist a couple of months ago, I'll ...