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... Italy and one in England.
Ok, I really need to wrap this up. After I read Jonathan’s entry I believe I said, “Oh wow yours is long, I doubt mine will be half that.” I am such a liar. I promise I will find a better adjective other than excited eventually, but I am so excited to be able to not only fulfill one of my life dreams but also to share it with my husband. (Ew, gross, I know). He is the real free spirit and I am just a ...
... shops. Our gate was 59 of 78 on our concourse.....a lot of gates! Short fight to Nashville but it is now midnight from we left and I just keep snapping my neck falling asleep. Susan has changed her watch therefore we are not up late! Dave our driver was Johnny on the spot! Once again we are over dressed for this 80 degree weather! but it feels nice! At home all is well.
We had a great adventure with no real problems. No one got sick even though several ...
... want to chomp into some ribs or pork and some tasty sauce..
Can't wait to try the food here!!!
$7 with tip not bad for a beer and draft in Yuppy ...
... said that if we wanted to see the fiddler play faster that they wanted tips, some fella tipped up with a $ 20 bill and put it in the bucket. The fiddler was good but I reckon the fella just fancied her and thought he had a chance.
Outside the venue for the CMA's were some christian fanatics who were shouting on mega phones about something or other, they had big banners with stuff written on them. One of them was saying that fornicators will burn in hell fire, bit of a ...
Beautiful day to start. Nice breakfast at the hotel, then into town for a little walk about. Kendra noticed the two old men sitting in chairs in front of their shop, in the only shade left on the street, watching us as we made our way up and down the street. She was mortified when I chose to walk right past them. One spoke up noticing our foreignness but couldn't figure out where we were from. He ran a western knick knack shop, the other ran tours of ...