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... a quote by a Greek philosopher of Ephesus by the name of Heraclitus today that connected with me and that I want to share, “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man." With that being said, I wish you all a very blessed and prosperous new year as you and I both move forward in knowing that we are embarking on a new "river." Blessings to you all! My thoughts, my words, my ...
... a giant gazebo--or maybe bandstand would be more accurate--all done up in lights. I posted a nice selection of photos to give you an idea of the festive overload.
David and Michele then headed on home and we continued north to McKinney, where we met Julia and had a very nice visit with her for the first time in about six years (since Dad's birthday celebration in Inverness in 2008). We had a long lunch/dinner and exchanged gifts, and ...
... spend Christmas Day--opening packages, cooking turkey (or, in this case, watching David cook turkey), and watching Christmas movies. Also being entertained by the dog, Kingston, who might be as curious a critter as Phoebe is.
Happy Holiday everyone!
... to get to our destination by train and bus! The bus took 40minutes and the bus only took maximum 15; Fort Worth was a surprisingly big city obviously not as big as Dallas but we were expecting a couple of cowboy ranches with horses strung up outside! We got dropped off on the bus, right outside the street that was stockyard rodeo, there was cowboy line dancing music playing, old fashion cowboy shops with merchandise all related to cowboys, the boots and ...
... as a cow was gonna come running out......no! They let this baby calf into the pit and watching all this kids chase after it and fall etc was brilliant. Sounds cruel but it was extremely funny lol. They then did it again with a sheep. All these toddlers chasing after it in their little cowboy boots......tears were tripping me. Went then to billy bob texas which is the worlds largest honky tonk. An old barn than ...
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