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... to roll out of bed. Completing a marathon on a school night may not make for a good day / week at work.
RB, being the supportive type he is, didn't see what all the fuss was about and decided to sleep in well past 8am; I was in work for 7:30. Happy Birthday to me.
Putting in only a ten hour shift meant there was time to head off for tea. Eating out is so much a part of the ...
... race – regardless of distance. The gun sounded and we’re off, the emotion started as I passed Al with RB in his carrier. Why did I make them get up at 4am to stand in the rain? The things Number 1 fans do eh and without them none of what I try to do would be possible. Along with lycra, bin bags are in fashion at the start of any run when it rains. Starting where I did meant there was a fair amount of bin bags and ipads attached to people's arms. I decided to make ...
... If you are interested, you can learn more about the area's mining history by visiting Ducktown, TN, which is located just Northwest of McCaysville. Of course, you can drive to McCaysville versus boarding the train, but the hour ride is scenic, and the officials operating the train are very knowledgeable about the local history. There is also a concession stand on board ...
... had so much fun. We are having dinner in tonight: spaghetti, bread, pineapple and green beans. Trying to get a vegetable in! Everyone is enjoying the time together to play games and talk with the neighbors who are hanging out with us. It's been a great two days. Sunday we return to the first village we visited, which is one of the poorest in the area. We left the Bibles at home on our first visit and feel strongly that God has something amazing planned for ...
... had heaps of different starfish, sea horses and jellyfish. The next area was probably one of the coolest, it was called "Ocean Voyager" which had a huge tank full of different smaller sharks, the whale shark, manrays, stingrays and heaps an heaps of different fishes. But you didn't just stand next to a window, you got to walk underneath it and watch everything above and around you. It was so crazy that the marine life almost ...