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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... a sister with a huge heart, stubborn, but huge heart. She has such a testimony of the Perpetual Education Fund. Her heart was broken to have her mission end. I feel like such a rotten person. While I love it here, and love the people, I think I will love that my mission is through. Yep, I said that out loud, for all of you to hear. With my personality, not knowing the language is killing me. My inability to improve that is killing me and ...
... that dampened the flames of wanderlust enough to suffice until the next symptoms became so intense that we would need a baptism in sand, pinion and juniper smoke and that would heal us until the symptoms returned.
Chris and I were commenting on all the injustice found in the world, ...
A week ago we were taking photos of the classic barbecue chicken hangout. This week we're trying to find a seat as close to that fire as possible! We've gone from a 115 degrees in Caacupe to 73 degrees and a town that looks like it's anticipating a visit from Sherlock Holmes. Low hanging clouds with an atmosphere that looks as if we should have oil lamps and red phone booths. I was anticipating never needing, nor ever wanting, to wear a ...
... not gone that far; yet. It is all doable.
Grateful for my employment over the years, I use the skills daily here in the Center. Grateful for my church callings and the problems and good things people shared with me in those callings. Their wisdom and examples I use daily here.
Grateful that Scott and I had some hard financial times in our early marriage. We ...
... but as he was finishing I knew I had to share my feelings that were dieing to burst out. I didn't trust my emotions because those tender feelings of leaving here so many decades ago seemed to have not subsided in the least. I addressed the departing missionaries with those sentiments that I felt directed to impart. I'm sure it was nothing too notable, but it somehow qualified me for doing a similar presentation to all the departing missionaries from here on out. I ...