Super 8 Maryville
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... charge my camera to take as many pictures as possible! We also discussed the language barrier that we will face between the Haitians and the Americans. A lot of the little kids don't know any English, but the older kids start to learn some English as they start high school. It will be hard to adapt to a language barrier but I am excited to teach them as much as possible!
Fun fact: We learned at the meeting that the little girls ...
... I knew my passion for this trip would overcome that. God has recently started working in my life and I feel very strongly that His plan is for me to serve others and spread the Word of God.
I reached out to all my friends and family for support. I wrote about 15 one page letters (my hand felt like it was going to fall off) and sent them out in hopes of getting some donations in return. I ...
I made a good run today my friends, got through 3 states and put 716 more miles on the van. I hit the road this morning at 9:35 am est and continued along route 64w through the rest of kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and finally met up with route 70 in missouri where the afternoon temps peaked at 110 degrees F, it was brutal, the ...
... I hit the water awkwardly. I realized during my fall I heard the crack of the tree branch and felt the force of inertia rip the rope from my hands. Coming up for air, both of my hands were already numb and my shoulder felt like it got ripped out of joint. My shoulder improved (in unrelated news, we recommenced drinking) but it was apparent that something was very, very not right with my hands. My middle fingers eventually grew to 2-3 times their ...
... ourselves back in the northwest tip of Missouri straddling the border with Nebraska.
By now we were truly in different parts. Cornfields and farms stretched for miles, the slanted hills and bluffs along the low highways and farm tools and barns peeked out between vast expanses of flatness. For miles. We traveled to the nearest “city” for provisions for the evening, not sure if we were in Missouri or Nebraska (but ...