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... with several letter in their title surmised that the John Q. Public would feel they are actually getting something extra over the plain commoner sandwich of the Egg McMuffin. I digress...
So there we stand slowly moving forward to breakfast glee when out of the corner of my caffeine induced twitching eye I see the airport iconic traveler: Mr. I'm-in-hurry-more-than-anyone-else-in-t his-airport. Mr. IIHMTAEITA (for short and ...
... I’d hoped it would, my new approach to this situation gave me comfort. If I was worshipping a God solely for the purpose of wanting to be Christian, I wasn’t truly being faithful. This would be a condition of my actions but not a condition of my heart. If I want to offer God all that I hope to be able to in my life I have to know it’s because it’s what I believe, not what I chose to follow ...
... that we grabbed at breakfast we were very happy to see the van that afternoon. Stupid us however, had boiled up potatoes the previous night to have for lunch, naturally this would be quite nice, but having had biscuits and gravy for breakfast and then potatoes with salad dressing on them for afternoon tea, it was a highly disappointing food day.
That evening we headed to Denver to see Alex’s friend Lance, from her Nepal missions trip. He is hilarious, a ...
... t able to see her before she left. I was so accustomed to seeing my friends every day last year that I wasn't fully able to process that fact that I won't be able to see them as much, until they were physically gone.
However, it wasn't as hard of a transition as I had anticipated. At first I was pretty worried about being on campus, and not having the comforts of home but I am really loving being "on my own". I would say that after freaking out on Move In day it only ...
... MI at St. Michael Lutheran Church. John was a valued customer during my machine tool sales days with J. Lee Hackett Company, where he worked for Detroit Diesel. John passed away in 1989, way to early, and we all miss his bright smile and I lost a very close friend. It was a highlight to see Carol smile ear to ear at seeing old friends. Thanks to Suman, Carol and all the Curkendall family.
From there we headed east and are staying at a KOA in Strasburg, ...
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