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... simply be across the dinner table to a family member or across the fence to a neighbor. To quote Adrian Rogers; "It is not place or face or race, but grace." Whoever-wherever.
Please be in prayer for our team as we go, the rest of 10:15 says "How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news of good things". That our feet would be beautiful, that our hearts are full of Him and our hands are ready to serve.
... this country is - it seems endless - and I understand why everything is so spread out and why the buildings and it's car parks are so overly spacious. I have become very fond of the southern part of USA - it is a totally different atmosphere to the north (Washington, Baltimore etc). I enjoy the soft drawl of their accents, the environment and the sleepiness that seems both part of the landscape and the people. I hope all is well in the UK. ...
The next morning at Myrtle Beach, we departed at the civilized hour of 9 a.m. Taking advantage of the multitude of eateries, we stopped and pigged out at a Pancake House. We try to have breakfast in a restaurant at least twice a week to break up the monotony or our healthy fruit and cereal diet. I think those two cholesterol laden meals wipe out all the benefits of our shredded wheat menu.
Leaving touristy Myrtle Beach we head down through ...
... br> Tomorrow the Northeast braces for winter's next assault.
The word is that this snowfall will be handled better
than the Christmas Storm.
The TV weather people love this kind of stuff.
With snow now in forty-nine states, they will stand in front
of the map and point to where winter is worst.
Hard times for others, good news to us!
Nothing about any of this suggests the image that I hold of being snowed ...
... years before we return...too bad we can't go back in time to those fabulous school daze...
anyway, now that i've come out of my nostalgic fog ;) we stopped for lunch at one of our fav college restaurants, the whitehorse tavern, satisfied my fix for a combo munchie basket and the 'screaming mimi' potato, and then moved on toward edisto. we've only had to fill up the gas once and we're still goin on that tank of gas. we decided to take a scenic byway ...