Red Roof Inn - Knoxville West
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... the 25th year of the German reunification (1989). They were expecting thousands of people in Frankfurt and we actually ( on Saturday night) watched the major event on the TV. Dinner was at a very small local eatery where we had pork and potatoes ( of course) and wine. We sat at long wooden table with benches..family style. A neighborhood German place full of locals and fun to experience. We returned "home" and settled down for the night.
... for finishing the day~ or segment. It was like he was the encouraging parent~ so proud of you. I have LOVE in my heart for all three of them~ very special people who I am thankful to have crossed their paths.
Speaking of LOVE this is one of the things I have come to realize: If you don't fully-unconditionally love yourself you don't have it in you to truly love someone else TOTALLY. You become guarded- not ...
... event over the course of its four days, including the pro-am, from Farragut High School.
The University of Tennessee Golf Team was represented with a putting competition they put on for fans. Several vendors ranging from apparel shops to cable TV providers to resort operators and other sponsors were on hand to market their goods and services.
Thus, the Knoxville Open is about far more than just golf. It is a happening in which ...
... I know it is very hard for Ed to be "OK" with me going...across the ocean without him....knowing I don't speak a word of Spanish....hiking without a guide!!! (I can't even drive to Pittsburgh by myself for goodness sakes!!!) ....hard for him not being there to "protect" me. I am so grateful that he has the confidence in me....to encourage me to go...be safe...also to encourage me to cherish and enjoy every day of the journey....and ...
... and had scrapbooking in common. There was a core group who used
to chat a little everyday and we have made life long friends through
the group. Now, it is even easier to connect with Facebook. People
often laugh when I say I'm friends with people I've met online and
never actually met in person. It's not so safe to meet people online
these days but we've met up with plenty this trip who we've met back
15 years ago when forums and chat rooms ...