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... was making a pinging noise. So,
off I go to get it fixed. And the problem was that Cindy must have drove over a walnut and sprung it up into a box covering the right front brake cylinder! And this walnut was bouncing around in this metal box cover! making the noise.
So, we are anxious to leave for Rome and pray for peace.
Stan and Cindy
... consumed so many acidic food stuffs that the ulcers in her esophogus have caused her all these symptoms and pain. Even today, using scripts for ant-acid, she is very much disabled, exhausted and tired, even though the chest pain is considerably less.
So, even though she is still feeling bad, we are trying to pack up and making headway. Cindy is a real trooper.
... to all of you for your support. Obviously those who supported us financially allowed us to go on this life changing trip. But all of you have supported us in so many other ways too. Please know we're forever grateful.
Also please say a prayer for God's love to my friend Cory at work, her daughter, and their family and friends. Her husband had been battling brain cancer since last January and he passed away last night.
... 500,000 cases of beer which is emptied and refilled every day.
We then walked across the street and up 64 stairs and 100 degree temperature to the brewing area then back across the street to the caves where they use to store the beer before refrigeration and then to the most important place....THE TASTING ROOM. Terry was ready to switch to Miller when he thought it was an American company. However he was informed that Miller/Coors ...
Sunday we went to a picnic for the Chicago chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association. It was a nice little event, meant as a send off to incoming PSU freshmen. They provided free picnic food and drinks, and everyone had to introduce themselves, their background and their major at Penn State. I had fun chatting with some of the people there, and watching the kids play. The best part was that there was an ...