Intown Suites Jacksonville St. Johns
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on seniors days at the outlet mall and our car is now pretty full as we pack up here and head off to the Gulf coast for March.
We are pretty glad we didn't hold out for a heated pool, not a soul has been in the pool, and my new Ronjons trunks have been worn but once and never been wet. I guess that's something I won't be able to say when I'm 90 even if I don't go swimming. More to come next month from the other coast.
... and freshwater mixed together and this is the water they drank all their lives. From that Ponce de Leon figured it was why the Indians lived such long lives. That's how it became known as the "Fountain Of Youth." We all joked about drinking the water from the fountain of youth to become young once again are to stay young but we all wanted a taste of that water and so we did drink and we got some to take home. The important thing is, we saw ...
... pope and Pres. Kennedy. We got excellent service and that cup of hot tea hit the spot. I know that my kids who are part Italian would thoroughly enjoy going to this restaurant. But I have to say that they would say my pasta is better.
... me in that rocking chair rocking. Just when I want to be.
After a great meal and wonderful company and spending time out on the deck and enjoying the evening we check into to the best Western hotel for the rest of our visit. After settling down and watching a little TV I fell asleep, had a good nights rest and here I am talking with you. I hope that you all have been enjoying this trip as much as I am. I love you all, many hugs.God Bless until next ...
... of things for us to bury our parents (and not the other way around.)
At the synagogue service, after Rabbi Lubliner’s meaningful words about Mom, my sisters and I read our own eulogy:
Our Mother didn’t do old age so well. She embraced the challenges of her pain and mobility issues courageously, but those last few years do not tell the story of who Mom was. In her younger decades, our Mom lived with enthusiasm. Her professional and ...