Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Cincinnati Blue Ash
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... and the second was about what eternity will be like.
Between services, we had a delightful buffet lunch that we had paid for ahead of time. We had been asked to let the older people be seated first, so we were late getting seated, and were sitting at three different tables, but I was glad after all, because most tables seated only four, and we would not have any additional fellowship if we had not been scattered. The lunch was ...
... remembered her well from nine years ago. It was cool to see the different offices and cubicles, and the TV studio and mail rooms. Now when I call the Home Office, I can better picture the personnel there at work.
After a nice dinner in our room, we went downstairs to the Music Jam. It was mostly bluegrass-type music, but I found it very entertaining although I didn't know most of the songs. I especially enjoyed the ...
... Jim's today. I've never been to one before. It reminds me of a World Market store, only it is so much bigger, and organized by country or region. There was a whole big aisle full of British food, some of which I miss. I bought a bottle of Heinz salad cream, which I wasn't able to bring back from my February trip to Scotland, since I had no check-in luggage, and you are strictly limited to a total of 3 oz of liquids/gels. I also bought some other ...
... off tochoir practice. We sang "Our God Is An Awesome God" for the afternoon service - a piece I hope to do with the choir in Charlotte some time soon. It is a very energetic and inspiring piece!
Soon after services, there was a buffet dinner for which people had bought tickets ahead of time. It was very classy, and the tables reminded me of those we ate around, at the Greensboro Women's Enrichment Weekend back in June. I waas hoping to get to sit ...
We left our house just before 9 am on the Sabbath (26th) and drove to the Knoxville UCG congregation. It was easy to find the location, a high quality conference center with various different rooms,often apparently used for weddings, etc. Mr. Stan Martin, the pastor, was already in Jekyll Island, since he coordinates the Feast there this year.
Lacy & Frances Mayes were there, and later, Barbara & Madalene arrived. They had already ...