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... yourself are banged away at. All the walls of strength and confidence get beat at with a million little hammers. It makes one evaluate who they are and what they are capable of. I know that, were I a slightly different personality, I might not have had the rough time I have. I also know that I will appreciate the person I become as a result of this all the more.
I know that the next thirty days will bring all sorts of new challenges. ...
... found anywhere in France, has a well-preserved old city centre and pleasant tree-lined boulevards typical of this region, and gardens including one of the oldest city parks in the country. Many would say that this is the most attractive city in this part of France.
First in stature of all the Roman remains in the city ...
... that is usually quiet, serious, comes late and leaves early) dance around and even run through the fire tunnel that we had going! It really was a huge breakthrough for her.
It is incredible to watch the presence of God really change this town. The things I'm seeing now would have never happened 2 years ago when I was here last. It's so amazing to see the goodness and faithfulness of God shining here!
With every passing day, ...
... few hours, enjoying the French countryside. Barrie was in the back entertaining the kids with a game where they had to see how many trucks they could count. This kept them busy for at least an hour until they were sick of that and started their constant “are we there yet” caper.
We ventured on to the A9 tollways again to make up time as we had arranged to meet our host at 4 pm and we were worried we would run out of time. We ...
... Nimes could obtain the spring water benefit that derived from Uzes. It is one of the longest and highest aqueducts built by the Romans as its length is 50 kilometres and the height of the actual bridge is 48.47 metres. It is recorded that the middle tier has 12 arches, the top tier has 47 arches but nowhere could I find out how many arches were on the bottom tier. I had not counted the arches at the time we were at the bridge but had garnered all the above information ...