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... a cup from the bottom of the live pile of cups. We headed home for a shower.
Fabulous is one word you would not use to describe our current abode (a house mum;). Deciding a quick run would be the best way to scout out the area I passed more gun shops than I ran miles!
As I type with a full belly from the recent Korean BBQ and drinking the free beer (I can hear myself getting slower!) from the hotel things could be a whole lot worse. Roll on the weekend..
... student to take to the US Embassy or Consulate and apply for the VISA. Currently students must do everything on their own without the support of a certified school.
So we will in some respects be agents for the DoS – Department of State under agency DHO Department of Homeland Security, and for ICE – Immigration and Custom Enforcement. If you are lost in the acronyms you should see the other 20 or so that I am trying ...
... were all about the Church and its future. Australia is facing similar challenges as the US in the developing future leaders for the Church.
I learned that the needs that we have here are the same in Australia. We all need to feel appreciated and respected. And, we must show that respect and appreciation to others.
I learned more about how our people while living in a country ...
Heading down to Cincinnati for a few days during March Break...details and pics soon! This was the first time we stayed at an Airbnb, and it was very cool. Our host was a Bulgarian woman who had many open rooms in her house to rent out. The Zoo was cool. Although I'm generally not a fan of caged animals, the zoo was nice and very accommodating for families. Only a few of the many amazing animals we took pictures ...
... about 155 to go. And I won’t delay much if I can help it. Travelling is such an exciting, enriching experience. You learn to go outside of your comfort zone: navigate your way in cities where people don’t speak the same language, try new foods that you would rather not even touch, and make random friends to share in the new experiences with. It helps you to grow as a person, develop your own thoughts and feelings, and ...