15 November 2005
NO clothes...Let's stay!
Well, at least for a few days. After meeting some friends at DFW airport during our layover back from Alabama - my sweet, sweet friend talked my husband into changing mine and the girls flight to stay in Dallas instead of continuing on to Phoenix. To both of our excitement, my wonderful husband John made a few calls and it was a done deal!

One pit stop to Chick-Fil-A in Grapevine, ended up being a three night stay with the Storch's - yahoo! With NO luggage except for a backpack stuffed with diapers and formula we were thrilled to be back in Dallas.

Now for the BIG plans while we were in town...the first stop, Hickory Creek WAL-MART - of course! (okay, so we needed some clothes!). Then we're off to, let's see awwww Chuck-E-Cheese in Denton. Next, El Chico and the soft play area at the mall (we needed some sort of Tex-Mex). Then, shopping at all the new stores on Loop 288! Our final stop was on Thursday to Alderbrook Drive where Jay and Mary so graciously opened their home for us at the last minute.

Finally, I wanted to say thanks to everyone who met us at CEC, and stopped by on Thursday to see us. We had so much fun seeing all of our old pals - ya'll mean so much to us. We sure miss Denton and all that is there, we can't wait to come back and visit again, hopefully with our clothes next time!

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