Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Beaver Valley
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... highest rating they dish out, and hasn't been seen in a while. Thank you Cam!!!
Ended the day with 'Ticket to Ride', a board game Marcy turned us on to before we left, thank you Marcy!! You were RIGHT!!! We utterly enjoyed it!
We are truly enjoying this time with cousins, very thankful to have this opportunity!
Another amazing family day!! Spent the day at cousin Vivian's house, met her hubby, Rick, we can remember that name, whew! Met their two boys, Quinn (8 turning 9 on the 9th) and Cameron (6). So thankful the 2nd cousins got to meet and play together! Cousin Nancy and Aunt Judy met us here too!!! So thankful to be able to spend some time with them, it's been too many years! Can't let that happen again! Really enjoyed it, thank ...
... God for the love and support we provided for each other as we ministered to the people of Kenya. God revealed my purpose many years ago—making a difference in the lives of children and youth. Connecting with the children of Kenya and those whose lives are dedicating to serving them, observing their appreciation and gratitude for our presence and interactions with them, their openness and love touched my heart and soul. I cannot wait to return in ...
... of the mountain we were about to drive under, above the tunnel entrances. Our hotel in Pittsburgh was a Holiday Inn Express (in Bridgeville). After checking in we called our friends and got directions to their house. It was so nice having a home cooked meal again. There's nothing better than hamburgers and hotdogs on the grill and eating outside in June. The Yuengling Beer tasted pretty great too. The five ...
This was my fifth trip to Kenya. All of the trips have been incredible, but this trip was exceptional to me. Maybe it was because I could really see the fruit of God’s work this time or maybe my connection to the dear ones in Kenya has really grown more precious in my heart. Maybe it is seeing the children growing to be healthier physically, spiritually and emotionally. Or maybe it is understanding ...