Quality Inn & Suites Airport
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Two days. Two days until I travel halfway around the world for a month. It's kinda hard to believe that it's actually happening this week.
I remember talking to Kristie about this in January and thinking that this would be such a fun thing to do.
Now, two days before we leave, it sounds less fun and more stressful.
Still, even though there are lots of reasons to be apprehensive, we are excited for what adventures lie ahead.
... thanks for asking... Attendant: (laughs) How can I help you? Me: "I'll take the Heart attack value meal #8, super sized please, with a diet coke?" Attendant: (blank stare) After small talk and my order being done, I grab my meal and eagerly inhale the aroma. I began to realize Enroute walking back (in a hurry so that my food didn't get cold- it would be a 15 minute wait for the next rail ...
... Tall, thin, man human. Glasses. Lady human. Big smile….she likes me! I can tell! Oh, they’re……..sniff, sniff, SNIIIIFFFF! Dog people! Yup! Dog people! Oh, this is gonna be good! They’re sitting! They’re talking! He’s calling me! He wants me!
Ah, right, buddy! Don’t have to ask me twice! Up we go! On your lap? You got it, buddy! I’m
there! Is he ...
... the window is the incredible rock face of Table Mountain. This is where I got a lump in my stomach, and I had that "don't look down" feeling. The car makes hundreds of safe trips up and down the mountain every single day, but that didn't make me feel any better. Those last few moments are sheer terror! LOL. Once I got to the top I walked around a bit, but not to the extent of 2011. Two years ago I walked the entire mountain top, all the way over ...
I was walking with my sheep and I decided to spend the night at an abandoned church I stumbled upon. The Church was practically in shambles, but we really a form of shelter despite the condition. I made my sure my sheep were protected, and I used my book I just finished reading as my pillow. I thought to myself as I laid down, I needed to start ...