Inn at Stony Creek
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... s card to help cover the bill.
God is faithful to provide friends for seasons of our lives. They may serve only for a few weeks or months, but they're always there to refresh and encourage. And if you're particularly blessed, God allows them to take a more long-term role in your life. We can only pray :)
Thanks, Steve and Ashley, for your friendship so far this year! We already miss you and look forward to keeping the good times rolling :)
... sure if the folks at HGTV would approve. still, i am very pleased ( and incredibly surprised) at how well it turned out (see attached pictures). all it took was some priming, painting, staining, installing of blinds and installing of curtains. easy peasy...NOT! the good news is that the people at Home Dopey have decided to name an aisle in their stores after me since i alone have helped them get out of the recession.
oh, and by the way, in my free ...
... as there is some form of forward momentum happening. fingers crossed! it may result in a "quickie" plane trip back to st. louis. i aint driving my skinny brown butt all the way back there unless it is a done deal. true story.
ok, now for the good stuff. last night we got a call from my cousin's husband in texas. apparently their stanley arrived on time (for which they were very appreciative), but the other stanley for my other cousin is M.I.A.. ...
... house for 5 years. Here we are almost 12 years later. Yeah, it"s time.
Once sold, we can get mom/sis settled into a condo, or townhouse, in a city of their choosing. Maybe living together, maybe not. Im not gettting involved with any of those decisions. Need to cut the chord with that badboy. Hopefully it will result in all of us being happier. That would be nice.
ps> my OCD is in overdrive here.
... night if they wished or to their cabins if they wanted to sleep. The RA's were split into two shifts: 12.30am - 3.30 and 3.30 to 6.30. When we were off we were told to sleep in our cabins. I was on the second shift - sitting in the programme room with the participants sending them up to their cabins if they fell asleep. It turned up to be a fun three hours. The director of camp brought us coffee and cakes and made the shift a lot easier. At 5.30am there was ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking