Town House Inn
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... Now the trunk is full and where to put the massive amounts of wine we are bringing? In boots and crevices everywhere, that is not staying home! So the trunk is full and the backseat is up to the top of the seat. We throw a blanket over it and we are ready to rock, but I am not going anywhere without a shower and fresh clothes.
Finally we pull out of the driveway 6 ...
... the weight that might have been on their chest for years.
The one thing that everyone I have spoken to has in common is hope.
They hope to cleans themselves of their regretful pasts, but not forget it.
They hope to turn their love to make people laugh into a career.
They hope to save the one thing in their lives that matters to them, love.
They hope to strike it rich on the stock market with Ethanol.
... and made her feel welcome. You
have an amazing gift for hospitality.
Thank you for filling our plates, not only with food, but also with your
Nazo. You are fearfully and wonderfully made. I see in
your smile a love and gentleness that God has formed in you to bless others.
Bruce, You sent me off with support, prayer and enthusiasm
for God’s plans to prevail.
Sarah, thank you ...
... congrats to Meg!!!
Then the last minute errands started. First, a run to drop off the recycling, then to get the now- wrapped presents out in the mail, and then to target.
With the clock counting down to the last fifty minutes of our time in Modesto today, J went on a landscaping mad dash and mowed the lawn an watered the plants within half an hour. Then,
It was time to clear the fridge.
What a fabulous day. Got a great sleep last night, awoke early to re-pack for kayaking, and we were picked up at our Hotel at 7:30 am. We all piles into a first van and were driven to a boat, onto which we put only the bags we ended for kayaking. We then went by boat to one island here we met a Paddle Asia support boat, and with that boat we traveled to a second island. The kayaks were offloaded of rom the roof of the support boat and, after fitting as best we could into ...