Howard Johnson University Of Alabama Tuscaloosa
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... upon. Instead of letting it sit empty, two of our staff, Mary and Anna have been living there. Anna put together the special surprise party for me.
As my son Alex and I head into Thanksgiving week, I am reminded of how blessed I am to have such good friends and fellow servants of the Lord around me. That's all for this week. Hope all of you reading this have a great Thanksgiving and hope to see you here again soon. Roll Tide!
... br> My son Alex has re-upped for another year with us through the AmeriCorps national program. It's great to have him here with me.
Beautiful fall building weather these days. Lovin it. Bought a bike and have ridden to work a cupla times and the number on the scale is moving down slowly. Lost 9 pounds lately. Hope to keep it up.
That's all for this week. Love you all. Peter
Good Morning! How's everyone doing this morning? Great! This mornings lesson with be from the book of Acts. If you've got your Bible with you, please turn with me to Chapter 29. What's that? Not there? That's right, because it was being written last week in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Merle and Michelle Waldron are the leaders of a group from Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Maple Grove, Minnesota called Acts 29. They have ...
... to be broken through to crosss those last little items off the punchlist.
Brandon and Joey and Alex were all in the Faith Builds bathroom, painting the last doors. The electric is not on in the house yet and they had a halogen lamp in the small space with them. In addition to the 90 degree heat that day, no AC yet in the house, the little lamp is also lke a little space heater. Brandon, when they were ...
I lost my Dad, Arthur Julian Salemme, in 1999. He went into the hospital with heart issues and never came out. I had a chance to see him, though, before he left. He told me that in the pre-surgery meeting the doctor who would be operating on him asked him if he had any questions. My Dad's response was to ask him if he had ever performed that type of operation before.
He was born in Boston in 1923. His mom was a Lithuanian Jew ...