Roseville Inn & Suites
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It's been over a week since we returned from the UK, but we're still shifting back to life in the Twin Cities. Our checked bags decided to stay an extra night in Newark. When we got them back, they were a little disheveled and some of their zippers were askew, but they refused to elaborate. Apparently what happens in Newark, stays in Newark. Nothing was missing, not even the 8 boxes of Little Rolos. That was my greatest concern. The refrigerator was ...
... Next stop, St Anthony Main and Stone Arch Bridge. We found a great parking spot, close to Tugg’s (where we were going to eat lunch) and the Stone Arch Bridge. Shannon and I swiped our debit cards into the meter and decided 2 hours would be enough time. Art climbed up, took down the single seat stroller, assembled it and then decided they should use the doublewide one so both Liam and Marina could sit. He climbed back up, puts away the single seat stroller, tosses down ...
... sanity) does He give me? These are question we all can ask Jesus, about our own individual lives. He will teach us and give us what we need - nudging us this way and that.
So my prayer and focus as I re-enter my life in the USA is that I might fully seek and trust Him with all my heart, my soul, my mind and my strength. Isn’t this what He’s been asking from me/us all along? It just takes life experiences for ...
I drove from Portland to Minneapolis to visit my family on the way to a big event...my 50th High School reunion in Appleton, WI. The road trip took me to Coeur d'Alene, ID (with a brief stop in Post Falls) on the first day.
Post Falls is just across the Idaho State Line from Spokane, WA. I've driven through it a dozen times but never stopped before. It has a cute little historic downtown and a lovely park by ...
... his new life in Christ!
The rest of the story of our trip home from India pales in comparison to all that has happened since we left on March 4th. Waiting in airports, cramped seats on airplanes, tired/weary bodies, Cole’s sickness on the second flight (from exhaustion and lack of food/drink). This too shall pass. These are worldly discomforts.
The Lord is C L E A R L Y in control of all. There is nothing to ...