Courtyard Dallas Plano in Legacy Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... fairly well aside from the temperature assessment. She did have a slight fever. Her Tuesday appointment also went well aside from her ear infection that has not gone away. She is currently 22 months old but is wearing 12 months clothes right now. Although, the girl can eat her weight in Cheerios, so that little belly may need one size up soon. Based on the Chinese children chart, she is pretty good: head circumference is about ...
... The cost of a doctor’s visit in Kigali was more than the family could afford.
After listening to the explanation and asking about costs, I was happy to give them the equivalent of 10 dollars (a gift from a member in Dallas who wanted to help with such a circumstance) which would allow them to travel to Kigali and see a doctor for a diagnosis. While we’ll continue to pray for God’s intervention, we can also do our part to find what ...
Yesterday (Tuesday) morning we had a last breakfast together, after which the Van Belkums left to go to the house of their daughter who is expecting a baby. We said goodbye to them and Godspeed.
At 9:00 pm the South African Board of Directors began a meeting to which Doug Horchak and I had been invited to attend as observers.
Reporting included the fact that there is general stability in the association in South Africa, ...
... and leave behind this life of complacency. I had embraced it fully, savoring the indulgences and cultural gluttony. Joyful to be home with my loved ones and family, but slipping into the same patterns of behavior that stunted me before my leave. I guess I anticipated the inevitable lull - the moment where you put your compulsive urges and desires before your spiritual and personal needs - I just didn’t see it ...