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My prayer for the men & women today!
Is this so much to ask of men? Apparently it is. The standard for successful relationships and marriages in lights of eternity has risen. No more is it enough to find someone who simply believe in the five steps to the Gospel of Jesus Christ (namely: Faith in Jesus Christ, Repentance, Baptism, Receiving the Gift of the Holy Ghost, and Enduring to the End) and be a returned missionary.
May 16th - Day 12
Today we went to the USS Midway Museum,
an aircraft carrier that served actively for many years and is now a
museum. This was amazing. It's so huge and had up to 80 aircraft on
it at a time. It was a Saturday so the lines to get in were the
longest we've seen so far. Well worth it for any air enthusiast and
would take 4-5 hours to do well. We did almost 3 hours and everyone
was so tired ...
... potential, in turn I allowed him to be my personal "Savior" dangerously (I came to find) relying on his every word, opinion, philosophy, and ideal on how to live my life as an adult. He was 5 years older than me and I had convinced myself that if I was to be wise too I'd listen to him and do what he asked me to do.
I didn't truly understand the will of God, fearing that the very nature of God's will would be too far reaching beyond my ...
... African animals, then elephants, lions and then went to the Aussie animals. The zoo was huge. I spent 4 hrs walking around and missed out on bits. I did see pandas, so that was good. There was just lots to see. I also saw polar bears and other cold creatures.
After the zoo i walked along the road to Balboa park and walked through it, over the highway and to the other side of town. ...
... that. An hour to Yuma Arizona, and a visit to the Yuma Territorial Prison. The prison itself was small and generally interesting. We only spent around 45 minutes here and that was all we needed. The brochure is photographed and attached. After that we went to have lunch at Yuma Bar & Grill where I had a garden salad which came with bacon bits and French toast. Andrew had the Chefs salad which was similar but included egg, ham and turkey. Our waitress was ...