Holiday Inn Express - Houston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I started off my day with some golfing at the English Turn Golf and Country Club. I found a great deal on "Golf-Now" only to find out rental clubs were crazy priced. I had a fun round regardless. Tami enjoyed the pool while I was away. I joined her there upon my return. The concierge guys were very helpful finding good places to eat. After ...
Before leaving Memphis, we needed to do laundry... badly! While waiting for the washing machines to finish, we found a Ms. Pac-man game and I got to witness Tami's video game skills! After a drying/folding/packing session, we bounded down to New Orleans. After checking in, we spent a little time at the pool. Then we headed ...
... and larger! Thanks Fund for Teachers for this learning adventure!!
Next stop...Chicago to meet with Kristin Ziemke in July! Though we did meet her at the RIT 2.0 Connecting Comprehension with Technology, we get her all to ourselves in July. We can't wait to develop plans with her and fine tune our teaching. We saw that she is currently at ISTE and love the passion she shares with everyone. Very inspirational gal!
I pursue this for the affection and sustenance she provides without asking much in return -- like a lot of women, nearly altruistic, she gives more than she asks, -- other than devotion to free oneself and the other, one dance at a time, into pure selflessness, into nothingness/Shunyatha, into everything/all pervading, Essence/energy.
Could this be Rasa (often translated as essence,, a pure distilled form/experience), the ultimate goal of classical ...
... and Isaac. This pretty much covered all the record of him in Genesis and it was absolutely riveting. Neville brought out some interesting points - Gen 11 mentions twice that Sarah was barren and Gen 12.10 says the land was barren (in famine conditions). Abraham's reaction to the barren land was to go to Egypt, not allowing for God's providing - he was to learn that God could make both a barren land and a barren woman fruitful.
He also had an ...