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... br> Time for the formation lap and then it's lights out and go, go, go! Rosberg holds the lead into the first corner, unfortunately before the first lap is over a safety car is called due to a collision further down the field. Four laps later and we're racing again. Over the course of the race we witness several overtakes into the first corner and eventually Hamilton gets past Rosberg further round the track, the ...
... in the fall we will take classes at the community college, pottery (wheel) for me and randi is taking a hand building class so our next adventure at home sounds pretty busy as well!
we will be home on the evening of april 21st, a month early, which has worked out well for us. thank you billie, who with su's help has taken care of our home and kept it safe. .
thanks again everyone!
love from the fab 4 girls gone ...
... They far out numbered the women, so much so that it was hard NOT to notice it. So if you're in a city where you find yourself outnumbering the men, Austin might just be the place for you! However, cousin and I are taken ladies, so we left the man hunt to the others. ;)
No. I didn't get a letter from Hogwarts although that would have been cool. However, I did go to buy my first pair of cowboy boots and another for Shilpa. I walked into Allens Boots and my first reaction was Oh **** ! There were rows after rows with thousands of boots and I had no clue how to find a pair. I asked one of the guys about how to fit a shoe and he explained. And then he said very slowly in a very Texan ...
... you were wondering, which is making carrying my boots around that much easier. Then we had dinner at at really nice Mexican restaurant and had an early night. We had an early (7am) start the next day on the road to Austin, (the capital of Texas, for more trivia). On the way to Austin we stopped by San Antonio to visit the Alamo, probably one of the more famous historical sites in Texas. It was pretty cool ... they had plenty of ...