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... to bust out singing "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" and was mad that I couldn't. They had the monument lady speaking about her life. But I was able to sign my name and I represented Houston.
Finally, tonight I met up with a couple of other ladies in my new Meetup group; Regina, and Leigh. They appear to be really nice, Christian ladies. My coworker, Jamie, is also a Christian as well. So far, I've been meeting some pretty cool people. You know that I ...
... went into itinerant ministry here. I served the community here. I built relationships here. But, I guess it just wasn't enough. I'm not saying that I will never return to Dallas. What I am saying is that this is clearly not the season for me to be living in Dallas. And should something happen that brings me back to Dallas, I would absolutely consider it because Dallas is my home away from home; no matter what.
I love you Dallas...and I always will.
Until next time,
... where from, so many choices that they want to share with us, Tacos, BBQ, so many food places they have found that have become favourites. The decision was made for Torchy's Tacos - a regular favourite - recommendations were made and a tasty taco was devoured as it was about 8.30pm and still light and I was hungry. Austin is the capital of Texas but doesn't have the feel of a huge bustling capital city. Yes there are high rises, freeways and fly overs ...
... and we might opt for cheaper campground hostels if we find them bearable on the other legs of the trip. As for transportation, we'll be buying a SailRail pass to cross from Dublin to London. From what I've read, these are very easy to buy in Dublin and it saves about a 6€ surcharge. As for the EuroStar and Eurail passes, I figure we can book those when we get to London and have access to a working ...
... through your skin and can barely see them.
Oh, and you have to act happy, be energetic and pantomime things for everyone because you're dressed in a fur suit wearing a sweltering giant rabbit head that reeks of glue and solvent.
I guess it stands to reason, somehow, that if you agreed to play one holiday icon, you'd be willing to play another. Following that logic, I was naturally asked to play the Easter Bunny at work. When you ...