234 Winder St Inn
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... we looked at the markers.
These were only a few that I took.
Steve and Kim
Here's the ...
Today I woke up with a terrible migraine! My parents and Mimi had gone out to breakfast so I went downstairs and ate a crescent. When they got back we decided to go to the Van Gough museum! The train we were trying to take never ended up coming... So we took a different option but ended there none the less. In the museum square, there was a little market set up and it was a beautiful day ...
... the group. Broad smiles and laughter depicted on each one. Yeah, this is the love of the gospel. Not dour, holier-than-thou expressions which are supposed to depict how pious you are. "Okay, I can do this." As they laid out the week ahead it was obvious that we weren't going to escape teaching missionary lessons to investigators. Real or actors, we were not told. Anxiety was trying to find it's way through our door. "Hey, it's only 5 days. What can ...
... in town for a tournament and needless to say was very excited about what I was doing for my trip. The Detroit game was on ESPN and therefore had a later start time so I actually had time to sit down in a restaurant to eat a meal. The "guest experience captain" stopped by my table and asked how I was and why I had chose to stop there. As I told her about my trip she, as a softball player and huge Reds fan, was jealous of my trip as well. It has been amazing to see ...
... signs I was making progress:
I met up with Wayne Hatty, who I'd arranged to stay with as he had a good room in the Embassy Suites at Livonia, about 25 miles from the centre of town.
On Thursday we went to the Ford Museum and Greenfield Village together, which was well worth the entry fee. Just a couple of things we saw: