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... and 1929, 1689 of them in the United States.) It has the Acadamy Award winning documentary movie, but that’s about all. The presentations weren’t as good and whole thing seemed disorganized, starting with the parking – signs that point to museum parking, but when you get there, no signs for the museum, just a lot of parking lots for permit holders only. The National Parks Monument had ...
... falling through the holes in the roof and glistening in the sunbeams.
Then I woke up and realized it was actually raining and coming in through the open roof vent above our heads and falling on my face. It was 6:00 am. Whoever is in charge, thanks a lot.
So, okay, what happened today? Driving—traffic—rain. Make up your own story. I'm going to finish my ...
... trail where we crossed paths with more than 1 garter snake...eek! We got to hear some thunder in the distance but luckily never got stuck in any rain. The weather has been pleasant, not too hot, beautiful springtime. I love being around so many trees, one big thing I miss about living on the east coast. Tonight we had a lovely dinner with Georgette and Tata at Fox ...
I woke up this morning with a killer headache. I felt so awful, I popped some ibuprofen and went back to bed. I forced myself to get up around 10 so I could get a move on working my way into the car. I called Geico and they set me up with a tow. It took them a while to get there, but they showed up to save the day. I went outside and told the guy what happened. He backed up his truck in front of my car and sat in the cab for a minute or so. I was ...
... with Kenya more and more after each trip. Whatever the reason, it was a spiritual awakening for me. I thank Dr. John for his heart for God’s people and that I can walk alongside him to witness what a servant leader really looks like. I thank the team for being so awesome. I thank God for calling me to minister to the least of these in Kenya. I will hold Your people there, Lord, in my heart forever.