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Disappointed with the Priceline rating, not 2.5 stars.
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Good coffee. The hotel failed to have any so we determined to find some before getting on the road again. One Starbucks stop later, the adults fully caffeinated and the young ones engaged in their books on tape, we set off to stare at miles of pavement. But instead of concrete and steel, framing much of the road were trees that just beginning to …
... about the 2 thieves on either side of Jesus depicting the 2 responses to Jesus ie one self righteous and not seeing his need for a saviour. The other realising his sin and need thus humbling himself before Christ. So good. People responded to the Gospel! Resurrection Sunday was celebration service! Why reserve your enthusiasm for your favourite sports team when we know Jesus is alive and conqueror of sin and death??!!! People also responded to the Gospel. We were invited back to ...
... New England. August is usually the month we take a new route though and see new places, so I have (so far) decided instead to go straight east and explore some areas that are actually the last unexplored parts of America for me. It is surely not a wilderness, but the coast from New York to South Carolina has only been sparsely visited by the family.
I have been to NYC. Well, my sister says it doesn't count because I just drove around Manhattan at midnight ...
Fortunately, my outbursts of vulgarity only added pep to my step; and coming from a working-class family from Illinois, cursing is just part of our vernacular, so neither my mother nor step-father were particularly disturbed by the verbal ruckus I was making. (If my father didn't end a sentence with 'that ************* **********' it was uncharacteristic, and even my mother has been known to toss about the F-bomb lugubriously.)
... days back home it's hard to see that through the usual teenage static you have to battle through. In China I was able to see her genuine interest in understanding the Chinese culture. I saw her courage in trying things that were outside of her comfort zone. And I saw a level of independence in problem solving in situations where Mom and I weren't necessarily on our game. And we laughed. A lot. Erin understands the importance ...