Super 8 Lacey Olympia Area
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The time is getting closer to leave. We still have so much to do like changing our money, packing last minute clothing and of course the last minute "oh ****, what did I forget" things. My daughter Staci is so very excited now (FINALLY) :)
There are no pictures at this point but I will post as soon as we get there.
... in America. I brought Jess and her GORGEOUS little friend Destiny(ejaculates over pornstar name) along and we set out on long two hour drive. Time flys with these girls who unlike the girls back home seem to actually be gifted with the ability of conversation and amazing music taste. We arrived up in the "hills" which were ******* mountains by Perth standards and we found the start of the trail. The whole walk to the bridge honestly felt like ...
... was to a shoppy shop (Janine for nick nack shop) and then the glass museum, where we did the gift shop which was fantastic but enough for us didn't bother with the museum. A few more shoppy shops and then lunch at a cafe called 'over the moon' bohemian restaurant where the toilets had little painted tables and twigs and flowers hanging from the ceilings and really yummy food.....which is getting to be ...
... we'd need to set-up and said "Do it as you think best." My bossy heart was happy, haha! Then my high-maintenance self drove back to Lacey to shower & such (and also take care of Sada & her husband's dogs, which was how I justified driving all the way back) then back to the wedding.
It was a cool, wet day, as most west Washington days go. The rain made a lovely ambiance on the tin roof barn. And boy is that place GREEN! With a gorgeous bride (loved your dress, ...
... to Morton tomorrow morning. As eager as I am to see the good folks at Morton UMC and share with them in as healthy a state as possible, following a walk of the remaining 29 miles to Morton under current weather circumstances, I would have without hesitation (and hopefully with full understanding and support) opted for an hour long soak in a hot tub with Epsom Salts over an hour in a worship service.