Holiday Inn Minneapolis NW-Elk River
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... find some pillows ($2.50 each) with cheap sheets ($5), thank you Walmart for the bargains. So we head back and tell Aunty Laura and Uncle bob about our bargain finds and we all laugh. Aunty Laura tells us that they’re going to go and pick Jess up and head to the grocery store to get dinner for tonight.
So in the meantime, Aaron and I get our washing done, utilise their home-gym downstairs (treadmill and a few free weights), dip into the hot tub outside, ...
... bite to eat and settle into the couches for the day and rest.
Charlie and Luke decide to come back over for dinner as it will be the last time they get to see us before we leave in another night’s time, so we order pizza’s from Pappa Murphy’s. We manage to order a side of pizza without cheese so that I could enjoy the same dinner. We all hang out in ...
... Bob, and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. I fell asleep during the last one.
In the morning, Taylor and I had to wake up early because we had to leave at 8:00 to be able to make it to the airport on time. We had yummy pancakes with fresh fruit for breakfast, packed up our stuff, said our very last good byes to our friends and left.
I was very sad to leave Minnesota, and I hope to return there next year if we go back to America.
... in past conversations, that not one of us is or can ever be good enough to earn Heaven. Clearly, through the previous conversations, we can see that Deepak sees sin. He knows that everyone sins and can’t get out from under the oppression of it. Erick stresses that there is nothing we can do to get ourselves (be) good enough to get to God (I’m paraphrasing here). It is only by His grace and goodness and love that we can get ...
... of joy. I met up with her and another friend at Caribou Coffee. I walked up to her table and said, "Merry Christmas!" It took about 30 seconds for it to register who I was and what I was doing in MN. Lots of screams and big hugs followed that. I also got to see Mandi who had recently found out she was pregnant. Though there wasn't a baby bump just yet, it was exciting to see her too!
Following coffee I headed home to start ...