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It was a fine hotel.
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February 15, 2008
The driver tried to get little Miss henna ankles to go to a hotel room with him last night but she refused and stayed in the cab, which resulted in him banging the side of the truck and yelling "F__ you" in English. We assumed he slept in the back on the load, or maybe he didn't sleep at all because we …
... muddy! I began to have so many emotions flood over me as I saw how little these people have. The school where we were going to recently had a fire where they lost everything. The staff had Christian hearts and thankfully saved every single child instead of saving the things/stuff like some other schools have done in the past here. God was certainly looking after them and had their hearts in the right place. When I say we went to a school picture a two car garage with walls made ...
Today as we rode to the school I was thinking about it being our last day. Tomorrow will be hard to say goodbye, but I plan in keeping in touch with the students who want to go to GVSU. Some of my group members have talked about sending things when we're stateside, so I might do that as well. We walked up the path to the school and got ready for our last lesson. We took form 1 and 2 first. We broke ...
... that lives deep beneath the earth's outer crust. It stays cool and can be used for a number of pottery and other practical pieces. Bone is a simply beautiful, yet robust, style of innovation that dates back to the stone age, which in regards to present day, is a masterful craft passed on through generations. Ebony however, is simply beautiful, coming from a tree that brings with it a dark wood tone that helps bring sculptures to life in a natural and artistic way.
... Both the students did really well, which was impressive to me. I’m not sure what the United States version of a C-section looks like but there was a lot of blood spewing, water exploding, and the doctor stretching and stretching trying to get the baby out. She finally arrived, a baby girl, within about 20 minutes. Then the doctor held her by both feet upside down and shook her! No response, no cry. It was really scary. But when they cut her umbilical ...
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