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... down smiles with a few stories I am sure. Abandoned cars, caravans and buses dotted the countryside. It was eerie and random to say the least. Some places were well kept and others tattered and sad. A lone restaurant stood in the dust with Joshua trees wonkily surrounding the perimeter. Other houses had big alien and UFO signs and paraphilia with neat rock gardens and large antennas. Next thing, Damian has a blood nose… nice! We cruised through the dusty flat ...
... to work in the heat. Turns out I'd been training for the desert portion of this hike the last 26 years. Lone star state! Our pacing slowed considerably but by the time we reached mile 238, no one there knew whether it was wise to push the extra two miles to 240 camp with a dubiously lauded spring awaiting us. My legs were still feeling good so I scouted up to camp 240 without my pack so I could ...
After mass we went back to Jenny and Mike’s house. Dave and Mike settled in to watch a day of Football and Baseball games. Jenny was already in the kitchen making meatballs for spaghetti dinner tonight and Denise and her son were had already arrived. After the meatballs were made Jenny brought down the wedding dress that her youngest daughter wanted to look at to see if she could wear it ...
... the start from the finish.
2. I need to have hope that life will get better. This is just a difficult time and in the long term I will be happy.
3. I need to show/express my love to those I care about.
4. By having faith, hope, and love I will be a happier person who is closer to God.
Hello once again,
Even though I have been at school only three weeks it feels like three months with how much has gone on. First of all it has been anywhere from 80-105 degrees so I have been melting away as we speak. I don't remember it ever being this hot in Redlands but at least it will cool down soon and I live in a hall with air conditioning in the mean time.
As soon as I got back to campus both ...