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you have seen the photos...
Now here is the explanation.
We have driven over three thousand miles now. The last week has been fabulous with a drive through Utah's Valley of the Gods and Monument Valley, and a day boating on Lake Powell, fully 15 minutes after the Govenor of Utah signed up to underwrite the wages for the park rangers. We were the first ( and only boat ) in two weeks on the lake.
Then up ...
... and Lilia and I went to find some lunch.
This surrounding area is like the richest place and everything was designer, including the burger joints. Jack wanted just a cheeseburger but they cost $10 each, Lilia only wanted a smoothie but we couldn't get one so she settled for a milkshake whilst we bought Wendy a subway roll, all up this little lunch time adventure cost nearly $50.
When me and Lilia got back Wendys condition had only gotten much worse to the ...
... and headed to the pool. We saw some of Ella and Stosh's friends and played Marco Polo. Once again, we got ice cream from the ice cream truck and came home in time for dinner with their grandma. She made halibut, shrimp, rice, rolls, and green beans. Aunt Jess dropped me off at the pool to swim for awhile and when I got back I had a piece of Father's Day chocolate cake Grandma Monna got from the grocery store :)
After being on gravy making duty, I was able to go and get ready. It's been such a long time since I've worn a dress, I feel so awkward in it!! I've even got on purple stockings which is a first for me!! We'll see how things go tonight with the dress thing. They all started arriving and Mike started the turkey. I found out later that there were two turkeys since there was so many people coming and going. There ...
... to it, is the divides in society. These fields are tended by physically broken
individuals that are bent double from not just the work; it is as though they
have also been mentally deflated and to stand up straight and look around them
is too heart breaking for them , they carry a physical resignation to their
environment. Hoods are worn over caps
and bandannas are tied across their faces to their eyes. They have locked ...