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Another thing I want to keep in my mind is that although these boys might look serious in the video attached, they are still children and they are still allowed to play and run and dream of what they want to be when they are older. It will be especially important to create games and activities that allow them to express this within the classroom. I think those moments are where I will be able to make the strongest ...
... I honestly forgot it was there sometimes. It sat nice and I didn't need to shift it around because of hot spots. Items it held were: IFAK (first aid kit), basketball shorts, thermal underwear (tops and bottoms), towel, 3 liter hydration bladder, two 1 liter fuel bottles and my .40 cal pistol. Never had to use the spare fuel but it was a nice insurance policy to have just in case. I ran out of water in the morning of day 2 and never thought to refill the bladder, it showed ...
This blog is not really about the trip. It's about my self-examination (as Christ is nudging me) and my struggle with re-entry into my USA life.
It does often take a while to process what The Lord is teaching through any given circumstance. Every day, no matter where you are on His planet, if you are tuned into Him, He is teaching you! In my mind, there is nothing uniquely amazing about what I ...
... old gentleman farmer homes. Two story brick homes with columns. Stately and beautiful and probably 100 years old.
It is much less humid here in Blaine and not quite as hot. We had a wonderful BBQ dinner that Mark prepared (my bro in law) and had an enjoyable meal with other family members. Today we will hang around, help out with a few things around the house and plan our trip home. We will swing by the RV place when we leave here tomorrow because our ...
'twas the night before travel, and...well I'm sick. As a dog. A sick dog. I figured I would put up a pre-trip blog to give everyone (and by everyone I mean mom and the two other random people who might read this) a glimpse into what packing for an intense euro trip requires. Then I realized I have no idea what it requires. I have packed the usual: socks, underwear, illegal narcotics, guns (I won't ...