Baymont Inn And Suites Jacksonville/At Butler Blvd.
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... it helped that we could keep our complaints about the coldest February in history in the right perspective.
Just in case we forgot, our friends visiting from Canada reminded us with each new arrival how lucky we are to be here.
Last year we said we wanted a guest bed and bath so friends could drop in. We invited many and some took us up on the offer. First up were Doug and Marg who are quite familiar with St. Augustine. We ...
... peahens in one place.
On September 8, 1565, Pedro Menendez de Aviles landed with a band of settlers to founded St. Augustine, Father Francisco Lopez de Mendoza Grajales Spanish Diocesan Priest, offered the first Parish mass in the land. The Spanish pioneers name this land site Nombre De Dios_ name of God_ in honor of the holy name of Jesus. The founding of the mission marked the beginning of missionary work in the 16th century by the ...
... it is to meet other people and to find out just how close we live to one another and even know some of the same people.
... us all good morning as we got on the bus. We had two guest group leader for the day. Which I might say they did a real good job. They are a married couple that do volunteer work as tour guides. After our rollcall and our prayer we headed out for Tallahassee, Florida. After some chitchat and joking around they pulled out the bingo cards and we had a fun time playing bingo and I want to dollars and $.50. The couple's son, Daniel helped out by giving out ...
... of her grandchildren enjoyed riding a large rocking horse that she bought for them. It sat prominently in the living room, and was named, of course, Buddy.
From the time Mom was 7 years old until she married my father, she spent every summer at Camp Louise, a Jewish girls camp in the Cacoctin Mountains near Baltimore. When she was away from home she wrote her parents newsy letters about her life, often. Every one of them was signed, Your devoted daughter, Beverly. She ...