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... handing out items, but giving them a hand up to enable them to help themselves and support their families. We are so excited and blessed to have the opportunity to be able to do this and show the people of Malawi God's love!
Sunday morning, Jan woke Heidi up at 3:30 a.m. with a text about the hot weather and dusty conditions. Temperatures ...
... entry that the state park here had been totally destroyed by Hurricane Katrina -- well, this entire coastal area was also destroyed. All along the Gulf you see either only stilts standing where houses once were or brand new homes sitting on high cement stilts. In the state park the office, bathrooms, and all structures are up on stilts. On another subject, there is one thing that is very bothersome in this area -- no-see-ums (except that you ...
... we leave tomorrow for Austin Texas. We might be driving most of the day in the rain, but once we arrive there are nothing other than predictions of sun, Sun, SUN!
Once again Casey finds a wonderful little seafood shop not far from our digs in Slidell. At Kenney Seafood we score a pound of freshly boiled crawfish, fried local fish with a side of Crab and Corn Bisque soup and two pounds of enormous heads-on local shrimp.
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The love that I have received from visiting the Valley is enormous. The kids love so freely it is truly breathtaking. They want to give so much to us, when all we want to do is give to them. What I learned though is that your attention and love in return is all the really crave. And I may or may not have started crying just a little the other day while driving when I realized that I would be with all these amazing people in just a week! ...
... whose father is the oldest person in Covington and came to town in a horse drawn buggy. This is a patriotic and proud little town, much like the other small towns in the heartland of America.
Kenny and Diane Graff, came back to watch one more day of the race with us. They brought Diane's Sister Betsy and her husband Wayne, So good to see ...