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... today, would he eat a fried banana and peanut butter sandwich or some steamed fish and green salad. I think Elvis would want the former but choose the latter, and propose a toast to life while washing it down with a quart of herbal tea. Later in the evening, Deanne and I went to The Rock N Roll Cafe for dinner. Burger, cheese and chili fries, a pitcher of beer. A blue jump suited Elvis impersonator was pumping up the crowd with karaoke ...
... how she would always go nuts, just like everyone else, when he was about to appear on stage, even though she had only just seen him moments before in his dressing room. You get a real glimpse of the man as a father and a husband, as well as a legend and an icon of our time.
The dining room, kitchen and billiard room, everything is more or less the way it was the day he died. The eccentric jungle room, with its green shag ...
... to say the poorer schools were no good, in fact the opposite, but it was clear to us at least, by the way some were dressed etc. The school bands and the army cadets that were marching were excellent!! Charlie and Georgia were really getting into it, Charlie dancing to the beats and Georgia watching her CERTIFIED NUTJOB of a brother, while smiling and giggling at him! Great times were had checking out the march pass. The ...
... out of bed"...dah dahhh dah dun! You know what I mean...the story teller songs.
There is an open air small park called PepsiCo that had a band playing as well. We stopped by there but unfortunately they were finishing their last set. So we ended up at a Dualing piano bar called Silky O'Sullivans. They were good but nothing compared to the blues bands and Elvis Impersonator. Looking forward to tomorrow and touring Sun Records and Graceland. ...
... Senate and house of reps and Leah, James, Tony and I snuck into what looked like a court room and took some photos. We had another Wal-Mart stop for lunch further down the road then made our way to Tennessee. When we finally arrived in Memphis Ricky and Eileen took us on a quick bus tour of the city before checking into our hotel. We all went to our rooms then met back in the lobby and waked down the road to dinner. The restaurant was pretty cool we had our own private room ...
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