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... They had lots of stuff for Teddy to look at and his favorite thing was a bird wind chime.
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We took Teddy to play in a park.
When we lived here Annie nannied for a family with two little girls. We got to visit them this week and they are not so little anymore! Both are in high school; Marika will be a senior and Jennika a junior. It was great to see them (and their parents, Dan ...
... my husband as he dealt with Mom's care from a distance of a thousand miles. He had one trip south to see her and was able to handle some details with his brother while there. May 28th Mom passed and we headed south for her funeral and additional details. Thankfully we were still in town when my mother was life-flighted to the hospital. I was able to spend time with her and my sister before we returned home.
Two months later I flew down and arrived ...
... city. So they invested a lot of time and money into public works, like the water system and the train station. The house is situated on the hill across from the train station, so the original dude, Mr. Shelton, wanted it to be the first and most impressive view new arrivals would get of the town, hence the lavishness compared to the rest of the area. The next owner was their only daughter and her family, and then the third owner was a woman who had grown up ...
... was fascinating to watch these tiny birds hovering with their wings whirring furiously.
We stopped on the way home at a roadside restaurant called Takoda. We sat outside in a very pretty garden setting and had a nice meal with a glass of Sauv Blanc. We got back to Eugene, tired but happy about 8-45pm. It had been a great afternoon doing an activity which we might otherwise have not attempted but we were sure glad we did.
... we checked in to our first “Super 8”. It was clean with a large room and a chatty receptionist who wants to visit Australia one day.
Then it was off to Walmart to pick up some food and some long pants. Who would have thought this cold weather would still be here. Good cheap Wrangler jeans at $9.97 and tee shirts for $7.50 (for the flash ones). Nice.
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