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... the many walking tours of the sets and other attractions of Harry Potter. I will definitely be taking a few weekend trips to indulge in my guilty pleasure. All in all, I am extremely grateful and excited for the next 6 months. I feel so lucky to have this opportunity and don't intend to waste it. Even though I may have my worries, my excitement and eagerness overrides that and I feel ready for what England has in ...
... only for her. I think she was planning on leaving me behind! The steward beat it back to the guy and worked it out. We gave him a tip and luckily there was no line at security. Once through we rushed to the gate only for Lauri to discover that she couldn't find her phone. She knew she had it before we went through security because she showed me the QR. She ran back to security while I called her repeatedly. They had already boarded passengers ...
The flight from KC to DFW wasted no time in getting us there, you could say that time flew by as we arrived at least a half hour earlier then expected. We collected our checked bags and caught a taxi to the house that Lisa was sitting where we were greeted by Mark the friendly puppy, Nicki the barking puppy and a cozy room with 3 complimentary bottles of wine, one of which Lauri proceeded to open and pour while I lit the fire that was waiting for us on the patio. All was well as ...
... and Museum. Ann had to attend a conference in Kansas City, Missouri in August of this year. We paid the extra airfare and just like that, I was along for the ride.
One of my favorite biographies is the 1993 Pulitzer Price winning Truman by David McCullough. Upon reading that book, I began collecting and reading nearly anything ever written about President Truman, and have been captivated by this President's story like no ...
... was loaded with supplies for the settlers in the wilderness. Near the town of Parkville, Missouri, the boat hit a submerged walnut tree snag. The snag ripped open the hull, which rapidly filled with water. The boat sank so rapidly into the mud that by the next morning, only the smokestacks and pilot house remained visible. Within a few days, these traces of the boat were also ...