Taylor Village Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... and so thankful for our presence there. I even had a woman ask me excitedly how our 4:30pm show went and when I told her it went really well, she lit up and said, "Oh, I’m so glad to hear that! I was posting it everywhere on Facebook and I prayed so hard for you guys that you’d have a good show so that you’ll come back next year!". Made my day.
Today was laundry day since we were traveling yesterday. I ...
... around the lot, pulling every last vehicle out of the mud like it was nothing. We moved to a parking lot in a local municipal park (where the circus showed last year) and stayed the night there. Everyone had a lot of cleaning to do and thankfully there were multiple water hook-ups and even a flooded ditch next to the parking lot that we could wash everything in.
Steve came to visit the lot one last time before our jump. ...
... architectural features throughout the house.
Donovan and Laurlynn came over a couple times to visit. He is such a good daddy. He lives in Hutto, Texas; where he grew up. It was such a treasure to spend time with him and his little sweetie girl. I love the man he has become; he seems to be working to be a good man and a good father. By ...
... the middle of one of the Cantigas de Santa Maria. She also took center stage as the only harpsichordist in the group to perform (Couperin's "The Art of the Touch").
Jamie, as usual tried his hand at a wide variety of things. He played in 3 recorder ensembles (including a contemporary one), a Lute & Harp Ensemble, and learned ...
... eye holes when we were waiting for a guest by their room or for the elevator to arrive. Walking around in that suit was horrible, plain and simple. Any time I got a quick break between deliveries, I'd take the head off and towel off my face and head which were soaked with sweat, and take a drink of water. Then we'd get right back at it.
A lot of the kids were understandably scared. Santa is one thing -- at least he's a human being. A ...