Fairfield Inn Greensboro Airport
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... Kent's grandfather started Long Jewelers in 1945 which is run by his cousins and their children. They now have two locations. Kelsey even had her ears pierced by his cousin, Annette! Kent's parents flew in from Salt Lake City which made our visit even more special. It was so great to see everyone and show the girls where their Daddy grew up in this sweet, small town. ...
... if something went wrong. They listened and were watchful and careful. I was also very proud of how they got along and grew closer as brothers. It's a trip that none of us will ever forget. I hope this blog, the pictures, and the memories will bring a smile to their faces when they need it the most. I'm very blessed to have these two great sons. I love you guys!
... that Lee Rickman began in Jamaica and how he lived his life. We will carry ourselves in a manner that would make him and Tim proud of our stand for Christ and we will not stand in fear and WE WILL NOT LET SATAN WIN.
You know how sometimes God lays a song on your heart? For me it's not usually even a whole song, but often just a line or two of a song, and it may be running through my mind for quite a while before I even ...
... Barney drove on the show. It certainly delighted the many people who were walking the streets and you could hear the oohs and ahhs as it went by.
Cheryl found a little shop that was a gluten free bakery and ice cream parlor. She and Ed went in to check it out and Cheryl came out holding an ice cream cone and Ed a bowl of ice cream. It didn’t hit me at first that she had a cone, but it turns out that it, too, was gluten free. I think that ...
... we might visit when we are in Fletcher in late July.
This was a really nice campground, probably the quietest we have ever stayed in. Some of that may be due to it being a 55+ park. Also it appeared that some of the units belonged to weekenders who just left their rigs there. Although there were rigs on both sides of us no one stayed in them. Along with the quietness though there was little socialization. When we ...