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... in my neighborhood (about a 25 minute walk) and 3) and then a trip to the Le Marais neighborhood (in the 3rd & 4th arrondissement’s). We’re going through Le Marais during Rick Steves Tour so I might wait until then. It is on the other side of the river and it is one of the oldest neighborhood’s in Paris. 4) a boat trip on the Canal St. Martin. Many ideas not sure what will happen yet.
Monday Oct 6 I leave my hotel and move ...
... the house look so much bigger. My office is still torn up as he decided to paint the woodwork, but all else is straightened out. The floors were a huge job! Besides going to work everyday. It was a big! job! And much appreciated! Went thru all my mail, have to pay my bills tomorrow, Patrick kept up with most of them. And get my tax info ready and that apt. made. All in good time. A new attitude! Hope I keep ...
... will even find a muse to help them write. Many people have supported us with prayer and funds and we are thankful.
For our kids--now young adults, this is a trip of a lifetime (at least to this point). Linda has patiently waited to join me in a little globe trotting. I think the wait is going to pay off big time. We are excited to see what God will teach us about His church in Africa and about ourselves. Let the learning and the fun ...
... make a day's work of some "fixits" on the new house, although it didn't need much, and we prepared to depart Chicago with more great memories, great feelings and enough gas to get us to Ann Arbor, Michigan.
We were able to fit all the boxes from Jodi & Tom’s foyer and Dining Room into the Toy Hauler…. A ton and ...
... instead of the geological and biological wonders of the West. The geological wonders of the East have been dammed up and mined. The biological wonders have been eaten and turned into modest log cabins for pioneers hundreds of years ago.
Because of the circumstances, we have packed a bit differently from our last trip. We have gone easy on the camp kitchen since we won't be too far from a Wal-mart. I also did not pack a heavy sleeping bag, although Jessica is trying ...