Howard Johnson Express Inn/Airport Louisville
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... We we got home around 8 pm. Feels so good to be home. The dogs nearly wet themselves. Thankfully my parents take good care of our puppies. Their furry grandpuppies. Thank you mom and dad.
Check back one more time for the last post called, "it's all numbers." I will tally everything in numbers. Another fabulous adventure. Can't wait till next year. South to Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida (last Disney round), Georgia and revisit some others.
... in each of us to do His work Preparation for the hearts and minds of those to hear the Gospel in medical clinics, schools, street evangelism and the nightly crusades. Health and energy for the team and especially for Pastor Greg's ankle to heal Safe travel and especially making a tight connection on Friday, July 17 in Houston For the safety of our families at home while we are away Thank you! Blessings, Christine ...
... of young girls and their mentors that meets all year round to make items like pillow dresses to bless children around the world and stockings to bless children here at home at Christmas.
The fudge was handmade by a church member and provided to bless our new friends in Nicaragua.
The shorts were made with the same love and care as the dresses to bless young people around the world.
Each of these ...
... pinhead-as it is another whole entity to itself. We grilled out that evening and just beat a storm that rolled in. The next morning we woke to rain and it continued all day. Gave Elena a chance to start working on her quilt. She did so well and after a few blocks had gained the confidence she needed to use the sewing machine. Last evening we had quite a storm come through with wind, hail, and heavy rain. There were storm warning out as well as flood warnings. We hunkered down ...
We started our adventure again, traveling south to Louisville, Kentucky. As many of you know from past blog entries, Darcy loves horses so our first stop was the Kentucky Derby Museum. It is an American Thoroughbred horse racing museum located on the grounds of Churchill Downs. Dedicated to preserving the history of the Kentucky Derby, it first opened its doors to the public in the spring of 1985. We started our day with a ...