Sonesta ES Suites Houston
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... found a Lululemon and did a little shopping. Tami took me to get an english donut, (beignet) which is a must try. We took a little nap after that. After getting some much needed rest, we headed to Poppy's Crazy Lobster for some more local fare - red beans and rice for Tami and some gumbo for me. I swear there isn't enough time in the day for ...
... by the river and made our way to bourbon street. I had a "Big Ass beer" and took in some serious people watching! The area seems like it is on the edge of complete chaos! After our fill of craziness, we headed over to Harrahs to play some slot machines. We didn't hit in big, so we returned to the hotel and called it a ...
... about them receiving their gifts and such! Plus, it's a milestone birthday for princess Bethany, 18! Crazy! 4. Even more April birthdays! A niece (Ada), nephew (Layton, another one turning 18!), and my brother Jason all have April birthdays. I'll be thinking of you all! 5. Spring! On a non-birthday related note, I'm kind of sad to be missing any sort of spring like weather. I'm going from India hot in Feb-April, to Thailand hot in April (hottest month of ...
... Distance Traveled: 5407 miles
Stadiums Visited: 9
Sight of the Day:The train rolling along the tracks above field. Honorable Mention: The 85 mph speed limit on the toll road as I was running a bit late and the D-Backs players shown on the Kiss Cam (no they didn't kiss)
Quote of the Day:"Say something I'm giving up on you." - Lyrics to a song played by the Houston sound man when the D-Backs starting pitcher was pulled from the game
... limply from the end. We briefly made eye contact, and in a second I could see his sadness, his frustration with the injustice of the situation. He just wanted to get on with his trip, with his life. There was so much desire to DO and not wait, so much untapped potential stored up in those eyes. So much sadness. He just needed a friendly word, a tap or a nod; something that might give him hope or a way to take his mind off of his current situation. In that instance, I knew how ...