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Today is our last day of preparation before we head out to Cincinnati for our high school summer mission trip with the Franciscans for the poor. The adult leaders have already picked up the rental vans and have been driving them around to get used to the new vehicles. Two mini vans for Andy and Joe and I get the shiny new SUV. Tonight most of our group will be ...
... 10 guys including my great friend Scott Tenkel whom without his support I would never had this opportunity! A big thanks!
Once we arrive in Honolulu, I'll be greeted by Mom and Dad who've never been to the islands and are going to enjoy a week and a half of vacation with me there.
Many of you know I've been prepping for the Transpac ocean ...
... things planned for me, but you guys will hear about all of that as it happens. I'm so ready to be (somewhat) on my own. Lots more to come! I love you all.
I won't have cell phone service, so no calls or texting, but I do have WhatsApp, email, and Twitter or Facebook messaging if you need to get a hold of me. I've got breakfast plans with Grandma and Grandpa tomorrow, so I'm off to bed. I'll try to make a post each night. I will see you all after August 6th!
... the A's dugout. It was again way too hot for me but I did pretty well lasting in our seats sweating the day away.
It looked like we were going to make the sweep but sadly in the bottom of the 9th with a home run and a few other things the Tigers took it back...which was a sad sad ending for us...but what can you do.
So I know the A's stadium is likely the worst in the MLB but I have to say the Tigers Stadium did ...
... they could.
The Depression challenged all the parishes to make payments on mortgages, but they still made it work while also feeding and helping the unemployed. (Mary here. The speaker at St. Albertus said that the church helped so many during the Depression that it never really recovered financially to this day.)
As Detroit began to prosper and grew even more populated through the decades, so did the parishes. By the ...