America's Best Value Inn Tuscaloosa
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Tomorrow marks two weeks since I moved into Bryce Lawn 607, and I think I'm FINALLY getting the hang of Alabama.
Nobody's on campus today :( Everybody's either home for the long weekend or at the kickoff game against West Virginia in Atlanta. I'd love to have gone, but I'm also really thankful for Julie for being my only friend as I try to remember how to ...
... groups on mission trips for at least eight years. The reason I know this is that I first met them while I was working in Biloxi, after hurricane Katrina in 2006. Their group made multiple trips to Biloxi and also joined us in Port Sulphur, Louisiana
This past week, the group showed up our volunteer camp in the woods just outside Tuscaloosa and I got quite a surprise when I laid eyes on Merle. Since I saw him last in ...
... no volunteers around?
It was nice having a long weekend off. Did a little day trip on Friday to Mobile and Bayou LaBatre to visit with old friends there. Got back in time to see the fireworks from the Target parking lot. Hope all enjoyed their Independence day weekends.
If you who are reading this worked with me before on a mission trip, please consider a return visit. Still plenty to do. Bye ya'll. Love ya. ...
... club at NSA. He would also do side jobs for JPRS at home at night, sitting at his desk in the basement. Dad typed over 80 words per minute on his first Olympic clunky manual typewriter and then later graduated to his IBM Selectric with the little thing that looked like a golf ball with the letters on it. At any rate, he would have a stack of Russian on his left, translate it in his head and then it would come out camera ready ...
We got some sad news via FB two days ago. Good friend and long time volunteer Lee Struck went into the hospital, went into a coma and then passed away. Lee has been a friend since 2005. He worked with us in Biloxi, Texas and Louisiana. He also was part of the group that came to Tuscaloosa initilally after the April 2011 tornado. Lee, together with Nancy and Steve Marksolf ...