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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Started out a beautiful hot day. We went to a local "almost" Vegetarian Restaurant for lunch. I actually ate a very healthy tofu sandwich! Did a spot more shopping - I swear this will be my last! We all had a pedicure in readiness for tomorrow and then after dropping Lynn at her Physio's for some back manipulation Linda and I went to the supermarket to get additional supplies for dinner ...
... am most anxious for the flight. I have never enjoyed flying, and have also never flown alone; today, I will be flying nine hours, alone, and out of the country! I am sure the time will go fast, but right now six weeks sounds like a long time. I will miss my friends and family, but I'm excited for the stories I will have to share when I get ...
... The houses across the street were huge and very beautiful. This area is reason enough to visit Minneapolis. It's a lot like Portland. A xc ski around the lake in the winter would be big fun. The fair was big and the weather cooled a bit so we had a good time. We listened to a great local bluegrass band but passed on the deep-fat fried ...
... I roll in to the Super 8 hotel in St Paul that I had a reservation for (thanks Tara for being my Garcia and looking up the hotel) and find out from the woman at the front desk that it was great that I had a reservation but the reservation did not guarantee a room. It just guaranteed that I got one if I got there before everyone else did. At this point you should be thinking what I was thinking, the whole point of a ...
... for helping people but I will continue to keep Vice President Humphrey’s words in my mind as walk along side my sisters and brothers in Mexico.
Today, I would like to leave you with a challenge, just as I do in many of my blog posts. On this day I challenge you to think about whom you consider your neighbor and remember the Jesus calls us to love all people.
I would like to close with a quote from ...