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... br> "For I know well the plans I have in mind for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare, not for woe! Plans to give you a future full of hope. When you call me, when you go to pray to me, I will listen to you. When you look for me, you will find me. Yes, you will seek me with all your heart, you will find me with you, says the Lord, and I will change your lot..." -Jeremiah 29:11-15
... terrorism." Let me give you a little background... In 2011 after a plethora of protests, dictator-like President Mubarak (who ruled for 30 years) was ousted causing a revolution in the country. This upheaval allowed for the country's first parliamentary elections causing much tension throughout Egypt. The country has yet to settle and since, tourism has taken a massive hit ...
June 25, 2015
Time to head home! :(
After one last yummy free breakfast at the hotel, we got a luggage cart, which Reagan had fun riding (parents of the year right here!), and headed back up to the hotel room to get all of our luggage, and started loading up the car! Its always sad to head home after a fun vacation.
As soon as we got in the car, we told Reagan to wave and say bye bye to the hotel, so she did, and then asked where we were going. I told her ...
The flight went smoothly beside the fact that we were an hour late to the airport and I thought I forgot my phone in the car - even though it was in my carry-on the entire time! It still doesn't seem real that I am in Germany. Kristin and her father, Walter, picked me up from the airport. Her dad knows a lot of english and spoke to me mostly in English. When I arrived to her house in Roth, a small village next to Marburg, I was greeted by Kristin's mother. She doesn't ...
... doing, so I put a smile on and went with it.
I will never forget the first patient that I saw. She was a 72 year old woman who had had
multiple strokes and was very close to the end of her life. She had no teeth in her mouth, was covered in flies, and had to be turned to relieve her of the pain from her bed sores. I was able to wrap my hand around her thigh at the point where my thumb and middle finger touched. This set the stage for what was ...