Super 8 Rio Rancho
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The large planes all have computer style screens in the seats above the tray tables. On the flight over I was hoping to sleep and did not bother with head phones. To my left, the young man began scrolling through titles. I kept glancing over to see what all was offered. He made his selection, the title of which I do not know.
I have watched war movies and adventure movies but I have ...
... not give me their blessings to leave. They only approve of traveling in the motor home and only when they are the co-pilot and navigator. Upon my return, I do hope that they will not have not been baked into a pie. Unfortunately, I fear that they will bark at every car. Yowl at every stranger. Grumble at every noise. And simply find a myriad of ways to make their displeasure known. Maybe I could promise to ...
... sweating, irritability, unable to make sound decisions, shakiness, blurred vision, wanting to mame or injure small children and or wife, choking small animals, cussing, huge hunger pains, crying, sucking one's thumb, crying again in a corner, yelling, running into walls, being hungry, thinking your hunger is far greater than anyone else's, wanting to murder, ******** on someone's good day and not ...
... not felt so sick for a long time, it was discusting cheese and how anyone likes it is beyond me. I went back to the room and got that feeling wear you go weak when you feel sick. I just flopped on the bed and tried to let the feeling pass. Eventaully it did, I wont be eating that ***** cheese again thats for sure.
Sad news a bit later in the day, we had to drive Paul to the airport in Austin to fly back to Ricmond, Virginia. He had just recieved the awful news that ...
... true, eye watering, mouth burning, super, fantastic, amazing, HOT chilies. Awwww....heaven!! It was definitely worth the wait. Later that day my cousin, Linda's son, John Isaac, came in from Yuma, Arizona where he is stationed in the Marines and we had a family cookout.
Our last full day in Albuquerque we were able to go to church, which was so nice after not being able to for a few weeks. This is the same ward that my parents were in for 15 years ...