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Next Up.....Greenwood for Sophie and Emery, several graduation open houses, Pearson leaves with the youth from FPCH to go to Chicago on a Mission Trip and Kirk heads up north for a week of rest, reflection and a chance to ride the trail he will be running in August for his marathon.
Until we meet again.....enjoy this beautiful day!
... br> We picked up our train tickets and some of our hotel reservations last week as well. This week we are hoping to finalize places we want to see so we can purchase tickets ahead of time....recommended for some of the busier places we want to see in Italy. Truthfully though, knowing how we have traveled in the past, somethings we might not decide to do until we're there and that's okay with us.
So until next week.....enjoy the pictures!
... came up behind and said, “What he had.” It made me smile. Mostly because that will likely be me in about 3 months!
AND back on the road. I made it out of MA, through NY and PA with the morning stop, a gas up and lunch at Arby’s; delicious and fatty as I had remembered it. Somewhere along the way closer to the midwest than east, I kid you not, I saw a herd of cars marching across what looked like a foot bridge above the interstate. ...
... was at the local library…we were running pretty early when we arrived there, so we had some down time before the performance. Library shows are pretty hit and miss; you never know how many people will show up for them. But this one ended up being really well-attended and though groups of kids who don’t know each other tend to be a lot quieter than daycare groups, the kids were still enjoying themselves and volunteered when he needed assistance.
Rebecca surprised us ...
... in Luxor, Egypt. I have been thinking about the Islamic reordering in the Middle East. The Moslem Brotherhood is vying for the hearts and minds of people in Egypt. According to Marie, this means the destruction of antiquities and women and children who do not fit into small boxes of righteousness.
Religious fervor continues to be a world force, both benign and harsh. Whether it be in the Islamic world or our ...