Ramada Limited Phenix City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I cannot believe that I will be leaving for Japan tomorrow! Everything feels like a huge dream right now. It will be strange to be in a country where the language is not even Latin based. I wish I had learned more Japanese than just basic phrases, but it is still going to be ...
After visiting Tuskegee University I drove over to Auburn for my scheduled visit during their dinner and Bible study night. There were a little over 100 young folks there but not many that particularly cared about seminary. I did speak with a couple of folks and one in particular, Winston, who is certain about wanting to go to seminary after graduating from Auburn. I had a good time ...
I've been trying to reach Rev. Sheila Bates at Tuskegee's Wesley Foundations for months now to no avail. I didn't want to come all this way and not at least try to drop in on her though. The address to their location on their website led to an abandoned building. Needless to say, this attempt wasn't off to the best start.
I was trying to bypass the main campus chapel as I know the relationship between she and Rev. Gray isn't the best but, I had to go over ...
... wine for tonight and tomorrow night. By then it was check-n time, and we were cranky because we argued about whether to just accept the room they gave us or to ask for one better located for access to the patio. Of course we said nothing, so our room overlooks the trees on one end of thy wae patio, so there is no view. After unpacking we could not agree on what to do next, so Patty read and I got on the iPad, thinking she we would take a nap, but we didn't. Finally walked out ...
... Andrew and Bernice, two elderly siblings who shared a home together. I didn't have any expectations going in to visit, I was merely tagging along, but it ended up having a powerful effect on me. I'm fully aware of the many, many people who live in poverty in our country, but I've had the good fortune to never live in an area subject to abject poverty and thus never got a first hand experience of how some people are forced ...