Candlewood Suites Louisville North
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... in each of us to do His work Preparation for the hearts and minds of those to hear the Gospel in medical clinics, schools, street evangelism and the nightly crusades. Health and energy for the team and especially for Pastor Greg's ankle to heal Safe travel and especially making a tight connection on Friday, July 17 in Houston For the safety of our families at home while we are away Thank you! Blessings, Christine ...
... of young girls and their mentors that meets all year round to make items like pillow dresses to bless children around the world and stockings to bless children here at home at Christmas.
The fudge was handmade by a church member and provided to bless our new friends in Nicaragua.
The shorts were made with the same love and care as the dresses to bless young people around the world.
Each of these ...
... horse and the racing world. Elena had a great time feeding and petting the horses. Elena had never had fondue and so wanted to try it. There was a Melting Pot in Lexington, so off we went that evening. We had a ball. Ordered 3 courses. Began with cheese fondue, salad, then beef, chicken, shrimp that we battered and fried and topped it off with decadent chocolate fondue. Made a great memory and Elena loved it. We were all full up to our ears when we left. Monday, Rob had so ...
... else there was to do at Churchill Downs. Turns out - there's a LOT to do at Churchill Downs on non-racing days! We ended up spending the entire day, but not before we shed a few more tears at the statue and final resting place of Barbaro. (Winner of the 2006 Derby who broke his leg in the Preakness and had to be put down). I don't think the tears were really for the horse. Some were for my late mother-in-law, and ...
All week the weather forecast called for 50 degrees and heavy rain/thunderstorms during the race. Thankfully, I was prepared. We stayed at the Marriott in downtown Louisville, which made things super easy. Race start time was at 7:30 AM and I woke up at 6:45, threw on my race clothes, and walked out the door.
The race itself was nice, albeit crowded for the half marathoners. My favorite part was actually running through Churchill Downs. The ...