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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I wish I could do more. I will be back in two short years, please know you are loved. It's late, blogging is tiring! I can't sign off until I let you all know that Ran fed me today and sent me back to the hotel to nap when I got cranky. He is taking great care of me, tells me he loves me several times a day and steals a kiss from me when no one is looking. He's a pretty cool guy..... "I think I'll keep you." Huckaba Out, ...
... background/credit checks were done, tomorrow they will be placing the security deposit down and they will sign a two year lease on October 5th. The timing, perfect. It was a beautiful day and got even better when two very dear friends, Lisa and Wanda, delivered a wonderful home cooked dinner to our hotel room, complete with salad, chicken casserole, rice, fresh fruit and love. We are truly blessed. Tomorrow is the big load up day ...
The packing crew has been here since 9am, there are three of them and they're amazing. Dust is flying everywhere they move so fast. All three seem to be in their mid twenties, very pleasant. For some reason Randy does not want me talking to them and he apologizes to them when I do so. The dogs, Georgia and Jersey, are staying at the spa for the next three nights. Maddie, our fourteen year old scaredy ...
... that's okay, we are happy to rent her to a loving new family. This must be part of our journey to return to Kings Bay in two short years. I'm not forgetting about SECC Discipleship tonight. I believe in what my church is doing to educate my beautiful friends of God to reach out to the community and each other and share the Word of The Lord. I miss my time with them....another heart aching time coming soon. I will always have my Southeast Community Church, and ...
... off, and he was found at the last moment. Eeeeekkk!!
The Chesser Family homesteaded here on the edge of the swamp in the 1800's. They were a hardworking family who used the swamp for food, the land for planting and the buildings to store their food and provisions. The land around the home was usually sand and kept very clean with no weeds or growth. This helped as a firebreak, ...