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... to that of an airport. I thought to myself this is good practice for tomorrow. After clearing security I make my way to another line waiting for number that will be called to another window, along the same lines as the DMV. I ready my documents and wait. While waiting I was talking to a couple behind me that were just married and heading on their honeymoon at the end of the week. They were the first in line at 6:30 this morning. Since they did ...
... 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 ...
... within the boundaries of the Pentagon and we could be arrested if caught. So I had a few sneak shots and managed to 'check in' but nothing close up. Just across the way from the Pentagon is the US Airforce Memorial and is 3 silver pillars one slanting to the left, the middle one going straight up and the right hand one slanting to the right. This depicts the aerial manoeuvres performed by the spitfires. The rest of the tour then covered again what I ...
... We had to sit on the tarmac because there weren't any people at the gate to guide the plane in. I was incredibly antsy. My journey had been so long and so filled with frustration and despair. And the end was so close. I could taste the freedom. I think that's why this journey had been so hard to handle. I had basically been trapped, constantly kept on the edge, thinking that I would be on my way soon. Only to be delayed. Again. And again. And again.
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