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January 25, 2011

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Dinheiro Fácil

Tudo Bem? fascinante este blog está muito posicionado.........Boa pinta :/
Muito agradável faz mais posts assim !!

Celia Yeary

Hi, Dac--I am a Daughter of the Republic of Texas and I've never heard of Clara. Now, she was a woman to be admired--wish I'd known her.
Unfortunately, our chapter of the DRT here can only talk about money--how much they need, how much more they need, and how much they need to pay their bills.
I had to switch to an Associate member, which mean I don't pay the annual fee and I can't vote and I can't come to the meetings.
Very sad, because the chapter has lost members because of the few who run things and "tell" us how many hundred dollars we need to give. Not Kosher, is it.
I thoroughly enjoyed her story, and intend on looking her up. Celia

carole Hayden

Are you sure you were driving in the 1930's? Maybe in Texas you were! Clara sounds like a character from McMurty's book.

Irene Black

Grand hotels have the fascination of a world gone by. We stayed at the St. Anthony near the Alamo and loved every minute except for their Internet connection.

Luella B. Wheeler

Spent the first night of my honeymoon at the Driscoll Hotel in Corpus Christi. Memories.

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