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After an exciting Saturday where I did not complete my packing. As a result I did not start off today until 11:30 am. the border took 5 mins waiting and interview time, the easiest border crossing I have made. Stopped in Beloit WI which is about 3 hrs from the Shrine. I traveled 831 kms todayfinally stopping @ 9:30 pm.- a long day.
... you come alive. This urge for serendipity is something that I get through continuous learning and seeking, happiness lives in a space of novelty.
Having the opportunity to teach, especially without a teaching degree is something that I am very ...
... with plenty of creamed butter or sour cream.) On this occasion the mashed potatoes were absolutely delicious. A huge quantity, very creamily and softly mashed ("Grandma" Marie's special method using the hand mixer) - they were perfect, as was the whole meal. Another novelty noticed here in America is that often green beans are served in a mushroom soup mix. Another nice & different taste. I don't think I have seen green peas served anywhere here, just green beans. I have ...
... one craft kit later we all met up and said goodbye to the Holdens and the dojang. With a quick check of the AFLC Pastor's directory we located the home of longtime friends and ministry partners, the Bensons. Unannounced, we dropped in and spent some time catching up with Pastor Jon Benson, his wife Jeanette, and their son "former youth ministry intern" Andy. After a season of rousing conversation and Lincoln Log building it was time to hit the road again; but we didn't make it far due ...
... wish there was a better way, parking lot is a good way to describe it.
Finally we got out of the worst of it and headed north to dinner with our nephew and his wife in the outskirts of the metropolitan area. It was so great to visit with them and see their neck of the woods.
We were later ...