Econo Lodge Azle
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... about, repositioning myself for it, and even making sense of it. In the past year, I have literally witnessed the hand of God in situations, I've seen the favor of God in operation even when it didn't make sense, I've experienced a new level of grace, I've seen things come literally full circle in my life, and had God encounters where I knew without a shadow of a doubt that God heard my prayers. All of those things brought me to where ...
... surround a lake, they are quite far from the actual water's edge, so we only got a glimpse of it from where we parked. We also headed into the town, which goes all out and then some with Christmas decorations (including a giant snow globe into which you can climb and be featured as your own living Christmas ornament) a park with children's playground featuring a giant gingerbread house and a mistletoe kissing booth, and the city ...
... spend Christmas Day--opening packages, cooking turkey (or, in this case, watching David cook turkey), and watching Christmas movies. Also being entertained by the dog, Kingston, who might be as curious a critter as Phoebe is.
Happy Holiday everyone!
... meal that is provided Monday to Thursday and then settled in for a night of TV and catching up on computer work.
With another day up our sleeves, we got on the DART light rail and headed for Dallas again, seeing things we had missed some five weeks ago. We ended up at a shopping mall, where Macy's was having a one day sale. Dangerous! Jaxon was the only beneficiary!
Back to the ...
So I've been getting the same questions asked to me over and over again.. I'm hoping this entry summarizes most of it... Why Egypt? I was a global studies major in undergrad with a focus in the Middle East. I've taken 5 semesters of Arabic and thought it was time to get serious about learning the language. While interning I met an amazing lady who lived there for 8 years with her husband and three kids (all ...