Super 8 Decatur/Lithonia/Atl Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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I had bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast which was free from the hotel. I am sad to see Tennessee in my rearview mirror but I am headed to Atlanta. I drove through the mountains and then stopped for lunch at Chipotle for $9.30. I only ate half and will finish the rest for dinner. I stopped for gas in Atlanta at Chevron for $36.90.
"To travel is to take a journey into yourself." - Danny Kaye
... through the real town of Woodbury. Evidently its downtown architecture wasn’t good enough for a TV series, but they liked the name more than Senioa. Go figure.
On a beautiful and sunny day we made the pilgrimage to Warm Springs, Georgia. Warm Springs is a destination that is not only historically important for the Minogue family, but an area that made a huge impact on one of our nation’s most important presidents, Franklin Delano ...
Monday, Nov 10 Tanya came over. Was a joy to see her!
Tuesday morning Donna and London came over for breakfast and to seen me on my way and surprise to me was also Emily and Keegan!! i'm so glad I had a chance to meet them. We stayed so long that they came to get the plates LOL!
VCMers are really a great bunch of people and CNN is one day going to realize what a mistake they made by dumping us all.
On to Woodstock and lunch with ...
... on living instead what their coffin was going to be in. Oh well! I guess I don’t have the millions to spend that way anyway! The tour was about 3-4 hours and was a really great way to see parts of the city. We have another one planned for tomorrow as well. We are definitely enjoying things here so far…except for how incredibly expensive everything is! Guess we’ll have to deal with it if we do everything we ...
... 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 ...