Wallace House Bed and Breakfast
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... in a fabulous hotel in a city which is within the top 50 places to live in the USA. With this added luxury it was here we decided to eat at Waffle House, a place you can eat steak and eggs everyday for about the same price as the Chinese. The waffles were ok, but seeing the ‘waitress’ clean up the left overs from the table next to us by wolfing down the half eaten hashbrown, made a souvenir a must.
Asking if I could buy a cup, I handed over five bucks and ...
... to pass the test to become the PDSO. I have to get an 80% or better to be certified. I am about a quarter way through the lessons. We should be able to call and ask for a progress report when I return home. They specified a 'DO NOT Call' for 16 weeks edict while they process. Either Kathy DeCampos or I need to pass the exam by the time we are certified. Bureaucracy never seems to end; another requirement of the Patriot Act as a result of ...
... if we're to fulfill our mission. We must be able to resolve our difficulties as Christians because we ARE Christians.
We talked about holding a conference for all in the Australian and New Zealand ministry about a year from now.
Glad to be back. The photos are from Manhattan Beach which we took a bus to from the airport while on layover in Los Angeles.
Heading down to Cincinnati for a few days during March Break...details and pics soon! This was the first time we stayed at an Airbnb, and it was very cool. Our host was a Bulgarian woman who had many open rooms in her house to rent out. The Zoo was cool. Although I'm generally not a fan of caged animals, the zoo was nice and very accommodating for families. Only a few of the many amazing animals we took pictures ...
... about 155 to go. And I won’t delay much if I can help it. Travelling is such an exciting, enriching experience. You learn to go outside of your comfort zone: navigate your way in cities where people don’t speak the same language, try new foods that you would rather not even touch, and make random friends to share in the new experiences with. It helps you to grow as a person, develop your own thoughts and feelings, and ...