Staybridge Suites Eagan-Mall Of America
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... those kind that clap on and off? Well, I'm much too young for one of those, but I sure love the one I bought! It turns on when it's touched...gets brighter until the 4th touch and then it turns off. Drop in sometime and I'll let you play with it!
We left TX to join Florence's nieces and nephews in Tulsa, OK for a visit and an Easter brunch. Robyn joined us for a day of play in a nearby town where we found a plants and herbs street fair going ...
... work and then we went to buy some things from the vending machines. We bought two bags of animal crackers and a thing of mint Mentoes! They were gone fast. My dad was a golf coach when we were in the US, and he worked at a place called the University of Minnesota. He went to college there and then he got offered a job there and he took it! He worked in the athletic part of the University and they have a gym in the building. We checked it out and had ...
... I didn’t even know knew each other. A friend was the DJ for the event and we just danced all night! From what I can remember of it, it was a great time.
When I think back to all of the good times that I had in Minneapolis the last year and a half I remember just how much I love this city. So much culture, great food, music scene, the great outdoors, all packed into this big little town. I can honestly call Minneapolis home ...
... then a very hectic game of hockey. (Charlie only likes to hit the t-ball. He will field, but only to give you time to hit 3 times. His rules are quite loose and they keep changing in both hockey and t-ball.) Of course, before we were finished, we had a group of the neighbor kids playing as well. Needless to ...
... amp; Brett, I’m lookin’ at you), all girl troupes and other routines and was hosted by the eminent and ever so funny Andrew Thigpen.
The last dance had me drawing parallels to my early dance days of raving when I was a teenager….driving through a strange part of town with our windows rolled down, listening for the music and seeing a bunch of kids standing around in a dark alley. You park, you greet your friends and walk into a wall ...