Econo Lodge & Suites Spokane
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... our big road trip a challenge, but in between chasing Teddy we really have had some quality time with friends and family… just with choppy visiting.
This week we drove up to Portland and got together with our friends, Ben and Molly, who have also become parents since we last saw them. Their house had toys and Liam was okay sharing them with Teddy. They are used to the kind of visiting I described above and we had a great time with them.
... safe and healthy. And, for distracting the infamous Italian pick pocketeers. To Marilyn - her persistent encouragement and powers of persuasion tricked me into doing this. It was long overdue. She has always loved to travel - me, not so much. She worked tirelessly doing research, scouting activities, scheduling everything. She even took Italian lessons. My job: stay out of the way - do nothing to impede progress on this deal. ...
Anyway, BACK ON THE ROAD!!
Lots and lots of driving now.
Something we are not used to, being from Washington, is that Montana road sides are filled with little white crosses. They are there in memory of victims of traffic accidents. It is pretty scary how many there are. We drove for a couple of hours and I swear we were seeing at least one every 30 seconds or so.
Kind of sad that so many ...
... average, but had a carry-on with flowers and skulls on it...I didn't come to any conclusions. ;)
I heard the flight attendants discussing the elderly Chinese man a couple rows ahead of this family. He had wanted to buy some food, but didn't have a credit card and they were having a hard time explaining it to him. I thought maybe the attendant was getting him a free meal, but I guess not. And I thought about buying him some food, but didn't follow through on ...
... heavenly Father for the blessing of having a world wide family, blessed with a ministry and ministers who care enough to reach out to the farthest corners of the earth to prepare God's people for the work of the ministry, edifying them, till we all attain the stature of the nature of the fullness of Christ. ...