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- Continental Breakfast
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... evident. Those at the Bar and in the Judiciary, (unfortunately) tend to be privately educated, Oxbridge graduates. The way Judges talk and act in the UK is the opposite to Judges in the US. There is no real class system here. It is refreshing in some ways, but I find it very difficult to talk to Judges here as our system is instilled in me.
The more time I spend here the more I want to do a comparative PHD on the two systems.....
We then flew home to DC in ...
... grandmothers and the rest of the family. I am so glad we stopped to visit with them.
Last night we stayed in a campground with railroads tracks nearby. Tonite we are in a flight path of the St. Louis airport. Makes it tough to sleep. We will be glad to get home and in our own bed where it is ...
... in the streets). Glad to get back to the airport and catch the shuttle
bus back to the the hotel.
Next day we were able to visit Joyce Meyer
Ministries headquarters and have a tour of their faciities which was inspiring to see the reach across the world and what they do making a difference in countries all across the ...
For the past few weeks, I have successfully procrastinated starting the daunting task of packing. Other things like spending hours on Facebook and watching the Iron Chef marathon on the FoodNetwork just seemed to take precedence to the three and a half months worth of planning I should have been doing. Packing to me is like pulling teeth. It'nerve-wracking, and I know I’ll forget ...
... talked about our country's freedom, and then recited the Declaration of Independence (from memory!) They both did an excellent job. Soon after we were able to take the free tour of Grant's home. The ranger did a great job and like all great tours, he presented so much information that it was hard to take it all in and remember it all. But the house was just as it was when Grant ...