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So off to the state capital of Concord we flew (not literally, just being punny) to view the state house. They have a viewing platform of the representatives which was pretty interesting, kind of like Parliament but with less shouting and George Osborne. Which can never be a bad thing.
We also explored Manchester, which was lovely if not a bit windy, before heading to the British Beer Company (BBC - yeah, the BBC). Maybe I'm being homesick, but I got ...
Sorry, I'm afraid, for now, this blog ends here. The past few days have brought: 1) geocaching: very fun and interesting, 2) Sherlock (the one with Martin Freeman): my friends have been trying to get me to watch it forever, now that I have I'm in love it!!, 3) started reading Til We Have Faces by C. S. Lewis. I may return, I may not, I'm too tired to ...
... He and his angels will protect me, fight for me. What a wondrous God!! He loves me so much that He protects me. Me, what am I to Him? Nothing. I won't live comparatively long and on my own what great things can I do? There is so little God can see in me as myself. But with Christ I am strong. Through Him and Him alone I can do anything. The Bible says, 'if God is for us, who can be against ...
This evening we went to my Aunt's house for a wonderful Christmas Eve dinner. I got to see her and my cousin and spend time with family and friends. We opened a few presents early and all I have to say is that I don't deserve my dad. Not one bit. Not just because he gives me things I don't deserve. That is just one of the many ways he shows me that he loves me. He left me speechless and I just love him. I want to cry and show him ...
... having been converted by him, and Endecott considered him as his spiritual father.
Roger Conant died in 1679, at the age of 87; a large statue commemorating him stands overlooking Salem Common. Salem originally included much of the North Shore, including Marblehead. Most of the accused in the Salem witch trials lived in nearby "Salem Village", now known as Danvers, although a few lived on the outskirts of Salem. Salem Village also included Peabody ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center