Holiday Inn Grand Rapids - Airport
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... to see but continued to put off. I also hope this trip will clarify some things about myself and help me work through some so-called issues. However, I'll settle for staying safe and having a plain old good time. I can't guarantee I'll get to blog everyday, but I will as often as I can. I hope you enjoy my adventures as much as I will. Feel free to laugh at, cry with, or just plain make fun of me in the process. I wouldn't have it any other ...
The life of a traveler is stitched with good-byes. It’s a sacred paradox; endlessly synthesizing the waves of new experience with the shores of the past. In each moment there is both arrival and departure, reunion and separation, love and despair; and the whole thing, the months and years that trickle down our backs as the world spins on, is something that goes beyond words.
Fact is; you can’t wrap enough syllables around travel. No number of nouns ...
... the conference. They told us how much they enjoyed it here and that once we leave we will never want to go back home. Finally, I got to meet the rebounds. Filled with knowledge and wisdom of travel. They told us endless stories of the fun they had, and how lucky us outbounds were to be getting to start our own adventures now. They told us tips and advice and showed us their now fluent foreign language ...
... some new now-strangers. But more than anything, I'm excited about doing the journey with Jesus.
These past few months - weeks, even - it's as if he stuck his hand into my frame and grabbed me by the collar and shook me out of a drunken stupor, out of my own stupidity, my selfishness, my lack of concern for others. He's been seasoning me with love, with his heart for the lost, with his heart for the nations, and I ...
... eventually walked across the street (busy 28th street) for lunch. Can't believe I was even hungry after such a huge breakfast, but enough time had passed by the time we finally went out for lunch. In fact, it was so late that (for me), not enough time had passed between lunch and our dinner banquet. I was NOT hungry for dinner AT ALL!!!
Prior to banquet, Joan took me around to meet women who had bikes that were on the order of what I ...