Baymont Inn & Suites Alexander City
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Wrapping up week 2 back from the Vipassana retreat and 2nd to last week before I go off to Emory!
It's been a great week! My mom and I have been doing evening 1-hour sittings together. I downloaded audios from the website with old student resources. Recorded circa 2000, these audios have a lot of background noise, which I edited out using a program called Audacity. I haven't used it since linguistics courses in college, but ...
... set of anecdotes, the ministry activities that yielded fruitful results for the Kingdom of God, and the bonding that occurred with literally hundreds of teens, reinvigorated churchgoers and institutional believers. Unbelievable.
The second was when our choir director broke out the music of the Fisherman's Union, and you could absolutely not believe the beauty, resonance and harmony of these matured voices as the music filled the house and neighborhood. Oh My ...
... brought a beautiful patriotic pie.
Wayne and Gary are my first cousins that I grew up with in northern Kentucky. We used to have some great times playing monopoly.
I am holding Wayne and Jemmell to their promise to come visit in the fall!!!!!
Thanks to Chuck for preparing and letting us use his RV.
After months of planning and saving I am on my way to a strange country to meet a tour guide to see a new world. What an adventure!!!! We leave for Atlanta Airport. Chris my eldest son has come home to stay for the time I am gone to help Howard (my husband) with caring for our dogs. We get to the atlanta airport and all goes well. Until we taxi onto the runway and all planes to NY,NY are being held due to a storm in NY. Finally on to ...
... Institute), and I went out for dinner at Waffle House. It was pretty interesting just driving around trying to find a place to eat, trying to make out the skyline of Birmingham, and admiring the low gas prices ($2.19 is high around here!). The food was tasty, too. Now, Michelle and I are staying in a hotel close to the airport with Fr. Jim and Josh in the room next door. The wireless Internet is down in the bottom half of the ...