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Part of the enjoyment of Nationwide Arena is in fact the Arena district itself. The city has obviously put a lot of effort into the area - it's all very well maintained and there are lots of restaurants and bars for both pre- and post-game fun! The arena itself is new and has everything you'd want at a hockey game. The big cannon they fire off when the Blue Jackets score is awesome. It makes me jump every time but it's nice to have something unique. The fans were friendly ...
Our wake up call was at 8:00, bags out by 9:00, depart at 9:30. Everything went smoothly until it was time for the bus to come and pick us up. There was a Run for Cancer going right past our hotel and the bus couldn't get to us on time. When the last of the runners went by the bus picked us up. It took about 30 minutes to get to the airport. We were the first ones dropped off at Terminal 1. Everyone else was going to Terminal 4. ...
We left for the airport at 1:15 right on time. We parked in the green lot and took the shuttle to the airport. We checked our bags at the US Airways counter and went to security. For some reason Larry and I had pre-boarding on our tickets which meant we didn't have to take off our shoes, or take out our liquids etc. We got to the gate and had an hour until boarding. We left about 5 minutes late because of a backup in Philly. We arrived in Philly before ...
So today is my last day in Ohio and I am very excited and very nervous. I am spending the day packing and getting things ready. I have been looking at pictures posted by my homestay sisters which is helping my nerves. It looks beautiful! They have a lot of great stories already and I am a little jealous. This time tomorrow I will be on a plane... I think that is actually the part that has me the most nervous. I hate flying! ...
... God had brought us together for support and encouragement for the rest of our lives.
Ray was a beloved encourager, one who chose to empower others, especially his family.
To do justice to his life will require more time and space. I know that the same God who welcomed him home, also walks with me and will reveal to me further details in His perfect time.
For now.....I wait....I rest.....and I pray. Blessed is the name of the LORD!
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