The Marriott Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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Two hour drive into VA - everyone up and in the bus in time. UVA tour by a nice volunteer. Lots of cool traditions (yes, they dress up for football games - guys in ties, girls in pearls. Bustling campus in a lovely town Favorite school so far for many: university of Richmond. Beautiful grounds and buildings. Amazing liberal arts with pre-professional training. Large campus for a 3,000 undergraduate population ...
... commandment of Volunteers In Mission work is to be flexible so as to not get bent out of shape.
· Mission teams are only as strong as the people on them. The effectiveness of the mission depends on PRAYER and YOU! Have faith that God can make the impossible happen.
· Be patient with the people on your team. Everyone has personality habits that are annoying—INCLUDING ...
... some serious black clouds... It poured with rain all the way down to Charlottesville!! We made some pit stops along the way and I got to see the university of Virginia which was cool! Saw some downtown Charlottesville as well which is pretty historic! We then spent a decent amount of time in whole foods... It was so fun! We bought lots of food! Had a really nice night chatting to Susan, dean, Lindsey and Oakley! It's raining outside ...
... to clear the land, build homes and shops, lay out roads create a functioning civilization and society here in Clarke County? Shouldn't those be the heroes who really get the attention here? I'm sure some of them died as well in the line of duty! I continue to ponder this as I leave town, pausing to watch the high school band practice in preparation for the football season... then on across the countryside, as sunlight fades, and I reach the city of Winchester... and call it a ...
... or harder that Ginny.
Marian and Janie, as my oldest friends, know better than anyone else my imperfections. They gave me a safe sanctuary to be my imperfect self while not letting me take myself too seriously or devolve into whining.
Nancy may have had the most difficult job – she was my roommate. She was constantly (and that in not an exaggeration) helping me look for things I had laid down without paying attention. And she ...