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During my 8 hour layover in Atlanta, Georgia I decided to go see the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. He was an amazing person that led the American civil rights movement and changed history for many people with non violence and I wanted to learn more about him rather than in a book or TV show. Seeing this in person is a very different and rewarding experience.
I found Atlanta to be primarily a very friendly and helpful southern black community and ...
... to go in and check it out but interesting. We walked down to the Marta statkion at Peachtree and went back to the hotel...first to the airport and....... then by shuttle train to the hotel. After checking in and packing we went across the street to the Marriott for a beer and sliders. Now it's off. To bed as tomorrow it will be a really early ...
... of the Southern States of America, I think we have driven through 8 states over the last week and have so far done more that 3000 miles, Cecil seems to be chugging along nicely although he has eaten around a million flies, literally the whole front of our car is covered in guts and wings nice! Not much else to tell you about as Atlanta was literally a bed stop, till tomorrow people. Sam & Anna ...
... what you would expect, exhausting. We were so glad to see
Warren at the airport that we would have jumped for joy if we had not
been so tired. We had a wonderful time, but we are glad to be back
in the USA.
Leslie and Jean went to bed “early.”
It was still light in Atlanta, but it was past midnight in Rome,
where our day had started. Jean was still on the Roman clock and
awakened at 2:30 ...
... so eloquently that I was moved to tears. I had no idea that he had such talent. As he, Bart, and John Jr. were seated at the bridal table, our Father, with that huge Rodberg grin on his face, said, “Look, Margaret, look at my three sons.” I’d never seen him so proud and happy.
The next time I heard Brett give a speech was just four short years ago at our Father’s memorial ...