Hi Way Inn Express Hotel & Suites Of Atoka OK
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Generally I am a big proponent of slowing time down. I am not obsessed with trying to recapture my youth on live for eternity, it just seems like every year and every month is lived and chronicled as history quicker and quicker when I pause to reflect on where I'm at and where I have been. However, with my upcoming trip to Peru and Bolivia; I can't spin the hands of the clock fast ...
I woke up last night and looked out the window to see a beautiful snow falling from the sky. I rushed to the computer to see if school was cancelled and it was! Tom's district was out, too. It looks like we got 3 inches of fluffy stuff. I am wondering if we will be able to go to school tomorrow. Maybe our Spring Break has started already. That wouldn't break my heart. I wanted to go ahead and ...
... bobbed up as dusk closed in. The town was called Mineola and the hall sat on high ground beside an underpass.
Saturday was finished and I looked towards finding a meeting to attend on Sunday. When I had a bit of trouble starting the van in the morning I was looking at a bit of a rush to get to Oklahoma City (where there's several congregations) in time for a morning meeting.
Another cousin joined us at the old school site, Royaline. Royaline: I met Royaline over 40 years ago at a family reunion that we attended at Boggy Depot. We corresponded a bit; it is likely that I did not write more than once knowing me. A couple of years ago Royaline found me on facebook. She and her husband made the trip all the way down from their home just to see me again. What an honor that someone would do that. We ...
... children were 4 and under with my grandmother being 1 year old. I have to wonder how horrible it was for her, to think that she might be dying with these 4 little kids around.
There is a sign printed on a cardboard in the church. The average age of death in the 1800’s was about 25 years old for that area. Wow! That is so young. I must remember to be thankful for modern medicine.
Bel and I took our photos, paid ...