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... have to just bring the group here and then turn around and go back to finish harvesting the soy bean crop. Fortunately for all, their son Andrew is just as hard a worker as his dad, and he finished up in time for Larry to be able to spend the week here with us.
Many of those who come to help are couples. Don Johnson and his wife Shirley have been with us many times. Don is 75 years old (not going to say Shirley's age) and ...
Tomorrow marks two weeks since I moved into Bryce Lawn 607, and I think I'm FINALLY getting the hang of Alabama.
Nobody's on campus today :( Everybody's either home for the long weekend or at the kickoff game against West Virginia in Atlanta. I'd love to have gone, but I'm also really thankful for Julie for being my only friend as I try to remember how to ...
... groups on mission trips for at least eight years. The reason I know this is that I first met them while I was working in Biloxi, after hurricane Katrina in 2006. Their group made multiple trips to Biloxi and also joined us in Port Sulphur, Louisiana
This past week, the group showed up our volunteer camp in the woods just outside Tuscaloosa and I got quite a surprise when I laid eyes on Merle. Since I saw him last in ...
... no volunteers around?
It was nice having a long weekend off. Did a little day trip on Friday to Mobile and Bayou LaBatre to visit with old friends there. Got back in time to see the fireworks from the Target parking lot. Hope all enjoyed their Independence day weekends.
If you who are reading this worked with me before on a mission trip, please consider a return visit. Still plenty to do. Bye ya'll. Love ya. ...
... On the night of his prayer, it was raining and, as he was lying on his bed he looked up and the roof had leaked a little bit, enough to make the shape of a cross on the ceiling. Lucky for me. And my siblings.
Dad served in the army before he was married and was stationed in Ft. Riley Kansas. That was the last cavalry division of the army that still used horses.
After they were married, they moved to Washington, DC area. ...