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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 ...
... restaurant association convention this past week. As a result, hundreds of restaurant people are in town and reservations are very hard to come by. I'm glad I made reservations early.
I enjoyed my meal, overall, although there were a couple courses that were disappointing. I headed back to my hotel and turned in early so I can get moving early tomorrow for the Wright Plus ...
... seems nicest." That is where I am going. It is not a lie or a joke, but people laugh. That is, people who have not hitched a ride on one of my cross-country ambentures.
As for this bloggy thing. I am testing it out. It probably won't work most of the time since I will be in remote areas. I think this website was designed for yuppies who never leave the grid. I am a yuppy who sometimes leaves the grid, so I am not sure if this will have any use. I will try to update ...
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.)