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... Museum. I was reading a plaque concerning some aspect of GONE WITH THE WIND when I heard a little voice calling, "Come 'ere." I turned & Elina gestured with her little hands and repeated, "Come 'ere. Come 'ere." How could any grandmother in the world refuse such a darling command as that? I walked over to Elina's stroller; she promptly raised her hands and said, "Out!" She had charmed me into her ploy for escape. I started laughing and ...
... ve been exit 408. So, we get here and I go and check in and the redneck moron at the desk immediately says basically the direction issue is not his problem. He will pass it on to the boss, who will not be back for two weeks. So, he looks at the directions he has for phone call ins and they are completely different than the website and are not correct either. So, this ****** me off even more. I am hot, tired and want to get set up. I get my site,: it is too short, ...
... the entire length of the country, so my stress levels haven't been elevated needlessly! I spent most of the day listening to some amazing worship music on Spotify so I could worship and also to make it easier to remain in His presence, which I've had to be more intentional about than normal. Sadly, I didn't receive any great revelations, words or pictures, but it was life giving none-the-less! ...
... our goodbyes. Sad to leave, but looking forward to the next leg of the trip too. With Gingy (our surrogate passenger) in tow we set off to Fort Worth and our day of relaxation.
It was a fairly uneventful drive, lots of open countryside and ranch land. Hayley did some farmyard spotting finding every important farm animal except a pig. We even saw sheep, something we had not seen in America yet! We thought ...
Today is our last day in Texas for quite awhile. We will stop in Oklahoma for the day to see my grandparents and then off to Chicago for the next 13 days until we fly out to San Diego. This is it friends, we are pulling the lever and setting into motion one whole years worth of planning and preparation. Nerves are rising and bellies tumbling, but we maintain, looking to one another for support and confidence, a constant companion in an ...
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