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... harbor is an island and on that island sits Fort Sumter, and a little research reminded me that it was there that a famous battle culminated in the beginning of the War Between the States.
We drove through neighboring areas of cobble stone streets and old buildings, many of Federal architecture, with their flat facades, touching each other but painted many different pastel colors. And we saw stucco, clapboard, stone, brick, ...
A week from this Friday I leave to spend a month in Budapest! This is the blog that I will so dutifully try to maintain so that my friends and family can keep up with my Hungarian nursing adventures! :) I hope you find it somewhat insightful and ...
... of things in bloom such as forsythia, lilac, dogwood, daffodils and hyacinth. We only stopped once and that was for lunch and then just kept driving. We stopped for the night in Villa Rica, which is a small town just west of Atlanta, Georgia. When we arrived here, it was about 70 degrees, so we are getting into nicer weather. Since we're not doing much this evening, I had time to do some laundry at the motel. Yipee!
No pictures ...
... prepared enough. Memories: I saw a picture of me and my childhood friends today. I see it every now and then since my mom posted it on Facebook. It's good to be in touch with them still. Technology has made that possible but I wonder if technology is going to become a thorn in our sides one day. I pray for my close friends and family. I'm not sure if God will use me but I hope that God draws them to Him in some ...
Peggy is at Lisa's Bridal Shower
I came home from my KY work at 7 PM
Clothes strung everywhere on the bed.
Another last minute packing job.
I'm sure we will forget something.
But I took camera and battery charger out of camera bag to save space.
Will be glad when we get to the Vandeem ship tomorrow.