Hampton Inn Gainesville-Haymarket
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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 ...
Today we are leaving Pro Vita for Bukarest. It seems the time has gone so swiftly by. There are so many stories to tell that I hardly know where to begin. But last night we were invited to an infant baptism in the village. Oh my goodness three little school girls just stopped to look at us and Craig is talking to them about the cows going by to the pasture with their Shepherd..
OK, well the baptism... Theodo is four months ...
After 2 days in New York City it was time to meet up with our tour group. Our travel agent, Alex, had booked us on a tour called the Freedom Trail through Trek America. Because we were in the City and the tour was leaving from Newark, across the river in New Jersey, we had to get up pretty early to meet the tour group in the morning. It turned out that maybe we didn't have to get up so early as the traffic was light (being a Sunday) but the upside was we had plenty of time to grab ...
... the way we passed a number of hot dog and pretzel stands, tourist groups gliding past on segways, some super cute squirrels nibbling on pieces of apple and a dark windowed secret service car drive by.
We spent the remainder of the afternoon at the National Museum of American History home of the original star spangled banner, the inspiration for the song that later became the National Anthem. There are a number of exhibits and having learned my lesson at the ...