Motel 6 Dallas - Lewisville
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... the Texas heat to roast. Does it really work? Who knows, but I feel better about it. No need to comment on this . . . :) What else have we been up to? Well, since Miss Addy P was sick, we thought we would get her to the ER on Sunday just to have her checked out really quick. We had an appointment set up for Tuesday with a pediatrician who specializes in international adoptions, but wanted to play it safe. She checked out fine ...
... for entire and a Beef Fajita for main! Yum, but wouldn't you know it, I have my take home box ready for another dinner! This afternoon is on of those spring days where everything is perfectly still, just perfect for closing your eyes laying on the grass in the sun. Birds are busy, as are the squirrels. I saw a Cardinal bird in the trees, the flash of red as it flew caught my eye. I have had the pleasure of visiting ...
... meal that is provided Monday to Thursday and then settled in for a night of TV and catching up on computer work.
With another day up our sleeves, we got on the DART light rail and headed for Dallas again, seeing things we had missed some five weeks ago. We ended up at a shopping mall, where Macy's was having a one day sale. Dangerous! Jaxon was the only beneficiary!
Back to the ...
... OK, perhaps only gorgeous if you're flying over it from the relative comfort of an aircraft!): a lunar-like landscape, powdery-white beneath a cobalt blue horizon, with sweeping, smooth swathes of ice between jagged peaks.
It was somewhere there that "lunch" was served:
Appetiser: Saffron moghrabieh salad, with red pepper and coriander
Main Course: Lamb mouloukhia (traditional Middle Eastern lamb and mouloukhia stew), with ...