Aries horoscope for Sep 18 2014 by Daily Horoscope (http://frtns.com/dh)

Aries horoscope for Sep 18 2014
How powerful are you, Aries? That’s a trick question, because you are far more powerful than you think you are. Although you may be able to easily summon up the bravado that is a trait of your sign, you may not fully believe in or invest yourself in the power of your own strong mind. If you would have more faith in your ability to manifest what you want through belief, you could make amazing things happen. Call forth your power, and watch what happens.

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Aries horoscope for Sep 17 2014 by Daily Horoscope (http://frtns.com/dh)

Aries horoscope for Sep 17 2014
There will be many small but perfect moments of happiness for you to enjoy today, Aries. Will you notice them, or will you be so preoccupied with an annoying distraction that you don’t notice how wonderful your life is? You may be so caught up in a problem that you are failing to live in the moment, and that’s got to change. In a year from now - or maybe in just a week from now - the source of your annoyance won’t even matter. Pay more attention to what does matter.

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I got my copy.!

I got my copy.!

Look what finally came in the mail today.

Look what finally came in the mail today.

Aries horoscope for Sep 16 2014 by Daily Horoscope (http://frtns.com/dh)

Aries horoscope for Sep 16 2014
Hope is a fragile thing if it isn’t coddled, encouraged, and nurtured on a regular basis. It tends to become ephemeral if you don’t make a conscious effort to keep it alive. When you do, though, it gives you the inspiration and sense of well-being that contributes a lot to your success. If you are feeling hopeless about a recent change or development in your life, Aries, then bring hope back in to ground you and allow you to see what is possible. Doing so will get you back on track for success.

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The way a Monday should end.

The way a Monday should end.

After I got my fill of sun, fun and being tossed like a salad. I start my track home. But first a detour into Downtown Houston for a little place on main street. I was thirty and it was recommended by a friend. 

Welcome to The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. They don’t serve your supermarket type of beer here. I had two Saint Arnold’s Octoberfest, a kick ass chicken sandwich and a chili bread bowl while the place was packed with cheering Texans footballs fans. With a full tummy, I trucked the last leg of the trip home. I hit the bed and got lost in slumber sometime in the 9 o’clock hour. 

#flyingsaucerdraughtemporium

I loved the sights and sounds but I wanted to ride. So I got an all day ride pass. I rode the ferris wheel, the sky towel and train. For a thrill and upset stomach. I challenged the wooden roller coaster and any ride the twisted and flipped me upside down.

The rest of the pictures are here. https://plus.google.com/photos/112692706344254977895/albums/6059082904672762769

#kemahboardwalk

After a good night food coma sleep and a few cups of cheap hotel coffee. I was packed and ready to be back on the road again.

I saw Kemah at night and haven’t been there in years. Not since my second marriage. So guess what, back to Kemeh again for another day of sights, rides and sea air. Welcome to the Kemah Boardwalk.

#kemahboardwalk

After a long day on the Island I decided it was time to head over to the hotel room and clean up for dinner. I stayed at the Comfort Inn at Texas City. Nice hotel and it was recently remodeled.

After a hot shower, I was ready for dinner. I checked out local restaurants in the area using Google Now/Maps aka Lola. There were a few places in Texas City but nothing caught my eye. So I broadened my search up the coast into neighboring cities. 

There it was. 15 miles away in Kemah, TX - Ichibon Japanese Seafood - Best Hibachi grill I ever had. The Chicken Teriyaki was finger licking good. The salad and 88 sushi roll was the best. I got stuck between two birthday parties which kept the night going. Great atmosphere and entertaining chefs. The flaming onion volcano pulled by a train is the best. I learned how to make homemade fried rice. Freaking awesome, I laughed so hard at the drunk party goers at my table.

#Ichibon

In the Discovery Museum Pyramid they had an exhibit with artifacts from a real life sunken pirate ship. The Whydah, the world’s first authenticated Pirate Ship that was discovered just off the coast of Cape Cod. Sorry no cameras were allowed. I had a great time.

These were taken while I was visiting the Aquarium Pyramid. The album can be viewed on my google plus page.

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#moodygardens

I finally crossed the bridge onto the island and got greeted by the cool sea salty air. There was heavy cloud cover from the recent rains. After cuising along the seawall, I arrived at my first stop. 

Moody Gardens is a great tourist attraction and a wonder to see. I have been here many times in the past. Moody Gardens consist of 3 large glass Pyramids (Aquarium, Rainforest, Discovery Museum), MG 3D Theater, 4D Theater and Ridefilm Theater, River paddle boat, a palm beach swimming area and convention center. There is a separate water amusement park next door. (Schlitterbahn)

These are pictures from the rainforest pyramid. The rest can be found here.

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#moodygardens

Due to the crazy wet weather and cooler temperatures this weekend. I decided to take a mini adventure down to the Galveston Island to see the sights. The next few posts are from this weekend.

My journey started at 6am Saturday morning. With a full tank of gas I headed south to the coast. During my drive around Houston, I decided to stop in at the 59 Diner on the West side of Houston for a quick late breakfast or early brunch. The food was good and the atmosphere was interesting.

#59diner

Pictures from now and then. history repeats itself.

Pictures from now and then. history repeats itself.

Aries horoscope for Sep 15 2014 by Daily Horoscope (http://frtns.com/dh)

Aries horoscope for Sep 15 2014
Has it felt lately like optimism is in short supply? Does it seem that no one knows how to find the silver linings in the clouds anymore? Is hopefulness hard to come by? It may seem that way with all of the doom and gloom in the media. You may even be facing some trials and tribulations in your own life now, Aries, but there is plenty to be hopeful about. The thing about hope, though, is that you have to invite it in. Try it, and you’ll be able to recognize the remarkably happy changes that are now beginning to bloom in your world.

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