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I have taken a few days to reflect on the mission. Lots of thoughts are swirling though my mind about the mission, but I will try to give you a glimpse of them (there is such a thing as too much information). Hopefully, your won't find this entry too long winded (terse in not my strong suit).
I think one of the things I learned (or rather confirmed) was that I am probably not the best of team leaders. I do logistics very well; I can handle ...
Although our mission "officially" begins on November 7th, our team has been involved in projects as preparation for our mission since April. These work projects and other services we provided to the congregation as well as the community were fundraisers to raise money to pay for the cost of materials for the project we will be helping with. The work projects also offered us team building opportunities. The fundraisers have increased ...
... up is Union Station 1907 which is the 2nd largest in the USA. Talk about a beautiful station. It has fountains, statues, greenery, columns outside. Inside there are more statutes, lovely shops and restaurants. You walk through to the far side of the building where there are curved staircases and that's where the trains operate. We have to go there tomorrow to catch our Amtrak train to New York. We decide to walk through the park and watch ...
I arrived a Heathrow, lots of time, so it was just a case of checking and get airside, nope this is United airlines and nothing so simple as that, but I got my ticket then had to get my bagged weighed, fine 18 Kgs, well under, but they couldn't find anyone to lift it so I had to cart it downstairs to put it in a bin (escorted by a guard of course) then back up and go through security
Well that did go well, no dramas, but all I had time for was a coffee before ...
I didn't talk about my volunteer work in the museum of the Society of Cincinnati yet. First, last Saturday, when my host family decided to show me how to use the metro, they brought me to the Anderson house to show me the directions I needed to take to go there. It’s really easy! We decided to enter in the museum and by chance, I met Caren Pauley, the lovely woman who accepted me as ...
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