DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Spokane City Center
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... but the people of United welcomed us back with open arms. They made it still feel like home.
Getting together and visiting people looks very different for us now than it did before Teddy came along. When we eat (either at "home" or out at a restaurant) he sits still and eats for about four minutes and then he wants to run. So then Annie and I take turns eating, and if we’re with someone else, we take turns visiting too. This reality has made ...
October 5, 2014. D day. D... as in Done. We are high in the air somewhere over Pennsylvania, I think. I'm pretty sure I see an Amish buggy navigating a hair pin turn down there. How do I know that, you ask? Because I have a window seat, that's why! This trip has been quite an experience for this old farm boy. Lots of memories. Lots to process. I must begin with proper recognition and acknowledgements: To the Good Lord - for ...
... to cooking. She said hi to Christy and I and we smiled and said hi back. I joked about her monopoly on food services out here. She commented on how nice we were and that we must not be from around here (which I found hilarious BTW).
I really should have snagged a picture of this place. They even had picnic tables with bear cutouts on them. Google that and you will see pics.
I honestly hope DudeBro choked on his ...
Mark Mickelson flew out of Accra evening of 21st April, back home to family and friends in Spokane after a two weeks trip to serve, encourage and strengthen the brethren in Accra, Ghana and Lome, Togo. He visited three congregations in the two countries and met with several brethren in their homes. We ...
Since I went to the athlete's meeting last night and felt that I still had some logistical questions, I spent a lot of time this morning trying to find answers online, which thankfully I did. I still felt really unsure about whether I'd be able to get to my bike in the morning, have access to my run and bike gear bags, and things like that, so I spent a lot of time reassuring myself that I knew ...