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... and that it's another busy hall with three congregations, one Spanish and two English-speaking.
On Wednesday night I was back in Indiana and again went to the Bloomington hall for the Congregation Book Study, Ministry School and Service Meeting. But this night it was a different congregation to the one I'd visited before so a whole new bunch of faces awaited me.
They were ...
... together. On the train, the goal is not the destination, but the time spent along the way. The train was so fun I got to got to play with Atlee , Elsie and sometimes Jack. Johnny, our porter was very helpful in making dining reservations and knowing how things worked on the ...
Our train to Salt Lake, The California Zephyr was supposed to depart Union Station at 2:00pm. So, we decided to walk through Grant and Millennium Parks. The bean was such an incredible sculpture. We loved the way you could see the reflection of the city and repeated images of ourselves in the parabola of the bean. I would love to see a concert at the outdoor symphony location in millennium park - beautiful! It was a gorgeous day for ...
... handle the actual artifacts,
as well as, research their history and meaning.
Having been to China I look forward to re-living some of those wonderful adventures.
Check out my blog posts at http://piecedinchina.blogspot.com/
I'm VERY excited!
... fields enormous and much of mid-west America barren with hardly any Starbucks for a Frappuccino (gone are the places where you find a Starbucks on every corner!!) but you will find a Dollar General store in every small town and a lot of intensive beef production. Not the picture of American farming (big herds of happy cows in fields with men in boots and spurs and cowboy hats sat on horses corralling them) that I had imagined. The image instead of ...