Value Place Harlingen, Texas
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... where you can see about 100 miles in each direction. There were giant thunderstorms building in the distance with colossal grey curtains of water falling to the earth; every once in a while an ominous lightning strike was visible on the horizon. I made it to Oklahoma City at the same exact moment as one of these storms and ran into my hotel just minutes before the drenching rainfall started; it rained so much the hotel pool overflowed (as they say in Malaysia, rain +++)!
... basically a shop and
I did stop at a doctor’s office for another
opinion on getting skin tags removed, plus this growth on the side of my face.
At least this lady seemed to have some sense and said the skin tags are
nothing, but the thing on my face has a root that has to be dealt with. I think
I will get it done on Tuesday, $120.00 for it all. She had a nice clean office,
and nice clean pharmacy and a wall full ...
... where I copy and paste from and being able
to access my account, then I enter my password, so many letters and so many
numbers, and the letters must include a capital. Well I guess I f up but I
don’t think I did, or more likely the problem is with the banks server, no less
I am rejected. Then I have to go back and enter again, plus then I have to
choose a site key, and then I have to remember what was the first school I went
to, Blah Blah Blah! ...
... to rejuvenate myself. I haven’t been giving that to myself for a couple of weeks and I noticed how strung out and exhausted I was becoming. I’m definitely learning a lot about myself and how much I can push myself on this show.
Anyway, our jump time this morning was 6:30am (hallelujah, sleeping in!) and John and I were back to driving together in our home for the first time this season. I enjoyed the extra money from driving Oscar’s home, but it feels nice ...
... tales that we have been hearing for so long. And, that is the number of Mexican registered vehicles that come across the border and are found parked in shopping plazas all around town. That means that there are Mexican residents that legally cross over the border and make purchases to bring back in to their country. There is this misconception that there are masses of Mexicans illegally crossing over by rafts or hiking under cover of the night and breaking in to houses ...
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