Hotel Preet Grand Conference Center
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Our first visit of the day was to the Houston Aquarium where I got to meet Dory, Marlin and Nemo! I may have stood watching those particular fish for some time rather ignoring all the other species around us. Watching fish is oddly relaxing and hypnotic, so I enjoyed our peaceful wander around the fishys (Ruth I spelt that wrong on purpose!). Randomly the Aquarium also houses four White Tigers. They have quite a bit of space, ...
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We decided to skip the traditional free breakfast. Since we are in New Orleans, I wanted beignets for breakfast. Well, everyone knows about Café Dumond but I thought surely there were copy cats all over New Orleans. We finally found one in Metairie that we could stop at on our way out. I’m so glad we did because when we went downstairs it was pouring raining. (I would have known that if I could have ...
... on it's own but when added to leaven, the sugars in the honey feed the yeast and the leavened dough increases. The spiritual lesson being - when we try to mix sweet enlightenment from God's Word with malice and wickedness then it's the malice and wickedness that will be strengthened. Which fits 1 Cor 15.33 - 'evil communications corrupt good manners'. The problem is that we often attempt to offer both to God and it doesn't work!
After the exhort we ...