TownePlace Suites Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport/Eagan
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... dip, spiral-cut ham with mashed potatoes and bacon green beans, and my favorite: a homemade Bengali feast. Kichuri (rice & lentil dish), Bengali eggs, Kosha Murgir Mongsho (cinnamon-chile chicken curry), Bhuna Gorur Mongsho (cumin beef curry) might take several hours to prepare, but I feel like it's worth someone else cooking all day for the absolute, unqualified joy I feel when I eat this food. Shameless. Thank you, Normita and Jenn. Jerks.
... me lower my expectations for my life, so I can have more time for relationships - with Him and others. I’d love to have it all figured out right now. Sorry, not going to happen right now. I want my house all in order right now. Sorry, not going to happen right now. I want to know all of the Bible right now. Sorry, not going to happen! I want it all! Sorry, not going to happen - ever! Life is a journey, a process. The to do ...
... Pub situated behind home plate on the upper level. Chris was soon befriended by Josh & John local Minnesotans. We enjoyed two "dinger dogs" and then I learned dinger was slang for a home run (my dad will probably be ashamed that I did not already know that one...or maybe its a Minnesota thing)
I drove us back through some more amazing summer roadworks and back to our spider covered tent. Good night spiders!!! :)
... that he will not resurface. Time to get out!!! Back in the room, we order room service and put on the TV. Andy manages to stay awake quite a while but at 9 pm (3 am UK time ) he flakes out. First impressions of Minneapolis are an industrial but clean and affluent city. People are much more formally dressed than in the relaxed West. Not sure Ethan's affiliation to bright green crocs will cut it ...
... for helping people but I will continue to keep Vice President Humphrey’s words in my mind as walk along side my sisters and brothers in Mexico.
Today, I would like to leave you with a challenge, just as I do in many of my blog posts. On this day I challenge you to think about whom you consider your neighbor and remember the Jesus calls us to love all people.
I would like to close with a quote from ...