Black Bass Hotel
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... the patio that's currently under construction. I helped move big, heavy cement stones, moved and spread sand. I even got to drive the baby tractor! Then the girls (Lisi & Olivia) and I went inside to get ready for a graduation party. After we were all ready we all got in the car and took the scenic route to the party. Once we got there we met even more people and played a bit in the pool. Then a bunch of the girls and I talked a bit and laid in the sun (I'll regret ...
... We know how lucky we are to have the opportunity to take this trip. We hope that the girls will appreciate it, if not now, then maybe some day. There are bound to be lots of highs and lows over the coming months, and hopefully during the lows we'll remind ourselves that it's all part of the adventure, and that we're fortunate to be on the journey together.
First stop: Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Said goodbye to Bruce & Mary Jane this morning after a week of their wonderful hospitality and off we set - NEW YORK, NEW YORK!
Driving through the state of Maryland just minding our own business and passed a couple of police cars on the side of the road with their lights flashing - didn't think anything of it cause it's not unusual over here...........next thing I know there is a cop behind me with ...
... children can enjoy, and just presents them information which is suitable for them. It also protects them using their company unsavory players, too.
Illuminate the screen. Games in abandoned buildings or dark caves can produce awesome ambiance, nevertheless it won't help you perform better. Having a muted screen you will find it hard to identify objects and colours while you play your games. Improving the brightness may modify the feel of your game but it might ...
... into my new Philly apartment. On the plane, of course, there was that cliché baby crying the WHOLE time. The dad would walk the baby up and down the aisle so just at the moment when I thought I found salvation, the baby would be literally crying into my ear. Of course I had the dreaded aisle seat. The ride wasn't a smooth one. There was a fair amount of turbulence, which didn't help resolve the crying baby situation. I ...