The Marriott Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... which held many of the slave quarters. The house is on a mountain that’s around 850ft tall, so it has some great views of the Shenandoah Valley.
After a busy week, I’ve spent my Saturday helping to clean the outside of the RV – which is quite challenging. The front was covered with bugs, and trying to get those off was not particularly fun, but now that it’s clean, it is rather satisfying! I have just one week left until I am back in the ...
... delivered this morning. They're like the recliners at AMC movie theaters except with more back support and a convenient little tray table for snacks. We weren't too upset to be banished to the basement; we were quite comfortable.
When Justin got home, I helped him with his AP World History homework. He had to place a bunch of different events and snapshots of history within brackets on a timeline. It was actually pretty hard. I could go on a rant here ...
... God’s gift to me. Pray for me as the leader to be led by the Holy Spirit. Oh and last, but not least, pray for Brian Dubberly, our coordinator on this adventure. He has held my hand and provided encouragement over the months of preparation and will do the same while we are in Ahuachapán.
Well, coffee time is over and it is time to put my luggage in the car and head to the church. ...
... one black and one Hispanic player. Tim told me awhile back about an article he read which pointed out that baseball is concerned about the low numbers of black players. I forget the percent decline over the last 20 years, but I looked up the numbers in basketball, and the increase over the same period is much greater. Interesting social dynamics.
... there are more similarities between people in other countries (in this case the Soviet Union) than there are differences. They hoped by doing this they might in some small way help to diffuse the Cold War. Anyway, they taught me to see/look for people's similarities first. So here are a few of the similarities I saw.
- I saw kids flying kites and evidently the technique I never completely mastered is the same in El Salvador as in the ...