Super 8 Decatur/Lithonia/Atl Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of turtles. They were so tragically slow that several big fish popped in and snatched away all the food-- right in front of the turtles' beaks! We had to literally drop the food to land/float RIGHT in front of the turtles' beaks! Otherwise, the turtles would sloooowly float around to try to get closer to the food, at which time a big, slimy fish would come and snatch it away! But I don't think the turtles in that lake are in danger by any means. ...
... extremely specialized doctors in big cities who do nothing but work on their given 3 inch parameter. Whereas, in rural areas, a doctor probably has to cover a bigger range. In a way, I like just doing what's expected of me, but at the same time, I like being able to do a wide range of tasks. That's another big thing I adopted from this year's travels-- flexibility and patience! I'm so used to planning things and executing them to perfection, and I've been ...
The night before the GRAND ADVENTURE begins. I do what I usually do when traveling....run around making lists of things I need to pack, overpack, obsess over little details, basically turn myself into a nervous wreck when no one else is watching. Although I do indulge myself just a little bit... and text every single friend I have and tell them how nervous I am. Like I said, only a little bit of indulgence.
However what I do discover is how excited my friends and family ...
... in Cordoba and the Alhambra in Granada. All three were massive, amazing and made me awe-struck.
Best City: Barcelona...big, but a great metro system to get around and has some older areas. I felt very comfortable and "at home" there.
Biggest Disappointment: I might offend some people for saying this, but I have to say Seville. It wasn't that I didn't like it, but I was just expecting a little more, based on ...
... change in regard to how we overplan our lives), it makes me wonder how I should think about serving in the church. The suburbs seem icy - and isolating - instead of the green, Edenic haven that they once did to me. So do its churches, and many of the churches in the cities here.
Maybe it means I should think about serving abroad and missions more than I have before. Perhaps it means that my thoughts on revamping pastoral training and education ...