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... that made my life. They had ketchup and avocado on them (which really was a guacamole type thing) and they were the best **** ever, died and went to heaven, best drunk food ever, we devoured them. My tongue was sore the next day so I'm questioning whether I was so drunk they I ate burning hot chips without realising... Awks. Also I hate that in Europe water isn't free as it meant I drank none while out and I woke up the next morning so dehydrated and hung over. Not ...
... only He is! This is why He tells us that apart from Him we can do nothing (Jhn. 15:5) and that in our weakness His strength is made perfect (2 Cor. 12:9). After the message today it was a joy to speak with Katrin. The Lord brought her to saving faith after 26 years of darkness. She not only had never heard the gospel but had never met a single believer. Such was the plight of many born under the spiritual oppression of the former ...
... scare me, seeing as he was from Transylvania. It didn't work.
Saturday November 8 pm
We hit 3 more museums today and we're just about museum'd out. But they were good.
Berggruen Museum - a large selection of Picassos from all periods of his life. I definitely like his early stuff better.
Brohan Museum - a great selection of Art Nouveau furniture, posters, and place settings. Sounds boring, but it was very good.
... part of the memorial. There are 5-stone parts that represent the Christian Aryan German women who were not willing to let their husbands go. For one week, they stood outside of the Nazi Headquarters of Rosenstrasse e 2-4, surrounded by the Third Reich, shouting, "We want our husbands back! Give us our husbands back!" After a week, day and night, standing head to head, and toe to toe, ...
... for the croutons... Before we left Germany to travel east through the old Soviet Bloc countries, we decided a trip to Spandau was on the cards. What a gorgeous little town! We spent an afternoon walking around, taking in the sights as well as the customary beer tasting and pointe work... All in all, Western Europe has been a smorgasbord of delights, differing cultures and kebabs! What stands out the most is how much more expensive it is to live ...