Extended Stay America - Cincinnati - Springdale - I-275
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the 8:30 am choir practice early to present cards and gifts of appreciation from everyone to the choir director, his wife, and the choir pianist. Some of the choir members were absent, but the director was anxious to begin, so I just went ahead. Then back to our room to freshen up for morning services. The choir sang "Faithful Servant" for special music, and we had excellent messages from David Hadley and Frank Dunkle. The first message was ...
... a lot of voice harmony was incorporated.
Other things we did in the last couple of days were grocery shopping and clothing/gift shopping. I found a blouse in Kohl's, Heather purchased a pretty dress in JC Penney's, and Heidi bought a really nice skirt and top in Marshall's. Our tastes are different, so it took three different clothing stores to satisfy! Although I rather like Heidi's skirt, so I might borrow it some day if ...
... time, then they were all laid out on the table. You could redeem tickets for prizes. This was the most prizes I have ever won at a time, but I also got items to give away to others. It certainly is more blessed to give than to receive. Although I did keep a very nice necklace that will go with a pink dress I have here at the Feast, and with other outfits. I have also been saving up chocolate candy to take home and gradually enjoy after the Feast. (Each ...
... other people, as we had been at our own table for breakfast, and we did, this time. Two of the brethren were the choir director, George Rusnik and his wife Robin. He is such an interesting and friendly guy. The meal we had was wonderful: green beans, mashed potatoes, beef & chicken, bread roll, & best of all, a delicious slice of cake witha lemony filling. We fellowshipped for a long time, and I also met a guy fromToronto, Tony deSanto, who was in ...
... at Pigeon Forge, but PF wasn't holding Sabbath services today. As it turned out, a lot of people were attending in Knoxville today, on their way to otherr areas, such as Panama City Beach. I enjoyed meeting a few people from Michigan.
There were problems with feedback from the sound system, but everything worked out well enough. There was no sermonette or special music, so the service was a bit short,but no one complained, as everyone ...