Super 8 Smithville Lake
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all-women's college. The University of Chester is the exact opposite. On one hand, I am super excited for this change. As much as I love Agnes Scott, it will be exciting to see what a big, co-ed school is like; academically, socially, the whole nine yards. However, this unknown territory also comes with a lot of nervousness. I basically feel like I'm a high school senior getting ready for college all over ...
... returned to say that the phone was in her wallet the whole time. Happy that we had all our belongings and the plane hadn't left yet we boarded, found our seat and took a big sigh of relief. We waited for take off, waited and waited, surely they weren't waiting for more passengers. What was the deal? The captain announced that the flight nav. computer was down and that they had been trying unsuccessfully to re-boot it. Maintenance was on the way ...
... after the day's adjusted and enhanced travel arrangements and engaged in an impromptu snack fest as we gobbled up an array of junk food we bought for our in-flight entertainment. We were starvin marvins. We knew there was a surprise from Lauri's mom on the way via Lisa but the temptation was too great. As we finished the first bottle and began on the next, Lisa, David and a very tall Andrew pulled up, unloaded and presented to us a full-out turkey dinner complete with a whole ...
Over the past couple of days we've been dealing with a burnt out fan motor for the furnace whose parts would not be available until after Thanksgiving, probably no installation until Monday, has left us layering, fire in the fireplace and mucho cuddling to stay warm. The cuddling was the best part but come today, our scheduled flight out ...
... I had simply told him that he was wrong. Still later I was glad I had said nothing.
The level of opportunity in a society is measured by its level of intergenerational mobility. That is, how likely is it for a man (no complaints from the ladies please) to do what his father did for a living. The more opportunities in a society, the more likely a man to do something different. I found the data on this late one night in an espresso-free town in southern Kansas. ...