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... at Chill, and saw several West African items we wanted to try. Between the four of us we ate three bowls of West African fare: Peanut Goat, Peanut Chicken, and Beef Leef. Each was a bowl of rice topped with a stew of sorts. Eating there could quickly become addicting. It was a yummy surprise for our foodie family. Eric especially enjoyed Sav’s third enterprise, homemade habanero hot sauce. Not green, not red, but chocolate in color and hot in ...
... the car to make it to church.
First Mission: Church - Our worship experience was different than usual as we purposely chose to attend a mega church (or, as we found out, a baby mega church). We checked the kids in for their KidzPoint church service and then found our way to the auditorium where we were reminded of the need for God’s rest - physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Macy and Anna were reminded of whom our ...
... in the events.
As history buffs, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit the Historic Lexington Cemetery. We saw many interesting monuments, including old family crypts built in to the side of a hill. After looking at hundreds of headstones, Eric decided he wants a simple grave marker.
We took a little R&R at home and then took our supper directions from Guy Fieri once again. We traveled south ...
A highlight of our planning was discovering that the Parkette Diner, a place we’ve long wanted to eat at, was located in none other than Lexington, KY. Once again our culinary guide, Guy Fieri, did not let us down. The Parkette is a drive-in eatery with all the diner favorites, even the kid’s meals arrived in classic cars. This 50 year-old drive-in was the perfect mix of nostalgia ...
... exploring, we packed up and headed to a local park where the kids ran off some of the sugar calories and made some new friends while Mom and Dad sat lethargically on the bench.
Needing some retail therapy we stopped at the mall and hunted for bargains. Not finding anything we couldn’t live without, we had a snack and prepared for our next adventure.
We ended our day as we began our day, in a strip mall. ...