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... of us - where Kyle is the worship leader. After church we went out for dinner (again) being joined by another young couple (and their beautiful 5 wk old baby girl - Josephine - they were surprised that Emily had 2 friends with that name as it's not common here at all) we met in Israel! Fun to hang out with these sweet 'younguns' who love the Lord and are fascinated with all things Aussie! Sunday - church in ...
... had got longer. Pam was definitely frailer but she got about on her zimmer well enough. Their maisonette had recently been flooded by a nearby burst water mains so it was somewhat chaotic - and very warm. Municipal recycling had also meant food scraps were now emptied into small containers which attracted fruit flies - and they were everywhere. We had a simple meal of salmon and crumble, washed down with a Canadian C******nay (not finished) and caught up with family news and ...
This morning I left Dave to sleep and I went to see the National Shrine of St. Therese of Lisieux Fr. It was about ½ hour away from my Cousin's house in Bartlett.
The National Shrine of St. Therese is situated on a 50 acre Carmelite campus in Darien, Illinois. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.
The museum is a rich treasury of relics ...
... I love this trail, it is a premier trail that compares to the best trails in the country. Soon we were upon our favorite hill on the other side of the Fox River, .....what a test! Normally we climb the hill at about 7 (8-9 for Devon) mph. Today with about 90 lbs of steel and gear under our bodies we did a respectable 5mph. Our new bikes were built for touring so the lowest gear on the front sprocket is a 24-tooth granny gear so ...
... by bringing a 6-month supply of wings in my suitcase. (Just kidding)
What I am going to miss the most is also my biggest challenge. At home I am surrounded by a great support system. With the help of my family and friends I feel I can overcome all obstacles therefore, my biggest challenge is not being surrounded these people. I guess I am scared to leave my many “homes” which shelter the people who have my back no matter what. In the United States ...
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