Staybridge Suites Philadelphia - Mt Laurel
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... going to get out of us! But its worth checking it out on jw.org and have a chat about it during your family worship evening.
But I will tell you a couple of things. Brother David Splane was the only GB speaker today. A couple of talks were tied into the other 10 convention. Most speakers were Bethel brothers with 30 or more years FT service or COs. One speaker was Joel Adams from Brooklyn I think with 71years ...
... all be so different. The thirteen states
could very well be thirteen different countries.
A visit to rest of the Historic Park, a World Heritage Site, with the Independence
Hall as the centrepiece was highly educational. We saw the world-famous
(cracked!) Liberty Bell and learned more than we ever wanted to know about
But we did all that last time. So, on this ...
... going to a meeting of the hospital's preventable codes committee meeting. I am staying with Chris' family on homestay which is great as this has proved hard to organise in many places. On the way back from the hospital they took me out for dinner at a great Italian place which I had walked past yesterday. The house is in Center City which is the area where I had ...
... flight to Mexico, but our stopover was only 1 hour 20 mins which will make us miss our next flight by 10 minutes. When we landed there was also a storm in Atlanta, it took another 10 mins to taxi and get off the plane. To our disappointment we had missed our first flight. We were told to head to our gate and we might get another flight. The walk to the gate was a long one and I stressed all the way about what was going to happen, but once we got there a lady booked us on the ...
... accompanied them with medical specimens that tie into the stories (a dried foot that had been ‘bound’ in the Chinese style to accompany the part of ‘Cinderella’ where they’re trying to find the glass slipper’s owner… an amputated toe for the part where the ugly stepsister hacks hers off to try and fit into the shoe… a hairball that they found in somebody’s stomach to accompany ...