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... to a computer." Wow. Powerful statement. Here was a young woman who was sitting on a cold, concrete, street corner with a change cup in her hand. And she is just one of hundreds I saw around the city. Another example, was another young person sitting in the wealthy downtown City Hall district. The young man had a sign advertising his hardship, and even his contact info for Facebook. He carried around a nice looking ...
... showed up and after a few we headed to a club called Rumour (I know...). It was cool in that there was an old bank vault downstairs; it was not cool in that the safe was closed, the club was largely deserted, a bottle of Heineken was $4 and I was too tired to see the bright side of any of these things. Still, I can now say I've "done" clubbing in America, even if I was out-partied by some 30-40 year olds.
Monday was Labor Day, but far from being ...
... the steel industry, a thriving downtown, and a booming population. But when the steel mills closed in the 1970s, all that ended.
After gathering and worshiping with the St. Michael congregation this morning, where we will be specially commissioned and sent off to our mission work by the whole congregation, it is this town that will be our destination for the week. Starting tomorrow we will participate in ...
... a go. And we're glad we did! They are alive (literally) and kicking and even more spectacular than I remembered them; albeit vaguely). The outdoor gardens were beautiful, but I think we were both most impressed with the flora in the Conservatory and the adjoining rooms and greenhouses. So many different greens, flowers, and landscaping packed in to a huge pavilion. We spent about three hours total there, but easily could have spent several hours ...
... try a different cheese in my cheesesteak (American, Provolone) as I feel like eating Wiz is a cop out… but you know what? I am in America after all. I’m just gonna own that I like my cheese steak “wit’out - wit wiz” (no onions, with cheese whiz) and enjoy the goopy hot cheezy goodness. Bliss.
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