InTown Suites Charlotte Central
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In about 9 days I am leaving for San Ramon, Costa Rica. I will be in Costa Rica for five months as I spend a semester studying abroad. I have always dreamed of studying abroad and knew it was something important for me to do. While it is going to be hard to leave my family and the people I care about I know that this adventure will allow me to grow as a person. I am eager to improve my spanish skills and experience the culture. I will be leaving January 16th! I will ...
... at the airport, there were more issues: the new flight was running 45 minutes late, meaning that I would miss my connecting flight in Charlotte, NC. Thankfully, my original flight out of Charlotte was still an option, and the airline changed the flights again and offered to put me up in a hotel tonight in Charlotte to make up for their mistake. After all the worry, it all worked out, and I was even 3.2 lbs underweight with my baggage! If ...
... milkshake all day, unless you want to die on your drive out to NC farmland to pick up your boyfriends' grandma.
Family dinner "uptown" with Nonna Donna, and hilarious Scott Krasner jokes on the way back. Late nights in the spirit of ...
We went to breakfast with Zach (I got to ride shotgun in Roxy, and got to witness Southern friendliness firsthand), where we all over-ordered and basically died from our food consumption. Visited Whole Foods. Took a trip down the halls of PDS (far too nice), and then hung out at his house. We went to a Charlotte Knights game with his mom (his dad wasn't feeling well), which was super fun. Then we got dinner at a place with great biscuits, and just hung out some ...
... what I got. He proceeded to explain his journey from the beginning. He was an electrical manufacturing specialist and then sort of fell into ministry work because his church needed a youth pastor but did not have the finances to hire one. Him and a friend decided to take on the responsibility pro bono. This then lead to his decision to enter seminary and pursue ministry work in greater depth and full-time. During this process he described how he came have a family ...