Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe
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... was Betz, Elizabeth, Donna, Fran, Phyllis and me. We played a dice game called ‘Left, Right’ and I managed to lose $3.00! Lots of laughs and fun. After they departed we cleaned up the kitchen and headed to bed.
August 25th Sunday- Again an early start to the day and went to Holly’s for a tradition of a brunch. We had some leftover fruit bowl so took that and some apple cobbler. Holly and Carolyn were the additions to the ...
... in most known for (and what was featured on Man vs. Food). The Torta Del Rey has ham, melted cheese, pork sirloin, breaded beef, with refried beans, hot dog meant and chorizo omelet, tomato, onion, avocado and chipotle sauce. I don't think any of us wished we had ordered that but there were many tortas to choose from and it would have been fun to give one a try. But we enjoyed our meal, took a picture ...
... all orchestrated before hand. You just need to stay still and listen for His voice!
We depart this Friday morning at 8:50 a,m. for Washington DC then on to Zurich and then into Nairobi......over 24 hours of flight time! Yikes! Can't imagine sitting for that long, I'll let you know how that goes.
Again, thank ...
The BEST news is....I finally received the email about my host family and my roommates in the middle of my Vegas trip!!! I was super excited at first to know that I officially have a home in Trujillo. Unfortunately, I wasn't given a whole lot of details about the family. It is a man and woman so I assume they are married. It did not say there were any children in the home so I am not sure if ...
... in either one. What to do? Outside, the sun was shining, no rain, no snow, just trees bending sideways in the wind.
I chose fire. In 30 minutes we were in the car. I hooked the hose back into its gas-pump slot just as the clouds opened up; we were full force in it now. In the desolate space between Sierra Vista and I-10, the wind hit me with a sideways force, the black and white Border Patrol up ahead turned ...