Category Archives: travel

Where did the summer go?

It is now officially fall and I still can’t figure out where the summer went.  That could possibly be because it still feels like summer in the Tampa Bay area since there are no leaves changing colors or temperatures dropping–yet.  My … Continue reading

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Moving On!

We had a big day on Saturday–although it might not sound or feel like a big day to anyone else. Last Saturday Kaitie got a new car. It’s not really new new, but it is new to her. She now … Continue reading

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Roadtrip: Maxwell Air Force Base

Last weekend Rick and I took a trip to Montgomery, Alabama to represent  Military Ministry at a Weekend to Remember conference.  We were invited to attend because of the high number of military families that would be represented at the conference; … Continue reading

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I hear cheering!

We almost didn’t attend. It was Saturday night and we were heading down to Colorado Springs to visit with old friends, the Exners. We thought we’d skip out of Campus Crusade’s 60th Anniversary celebration at Moby Gym and arrive at … Continue reading

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Last week I flew from Tampa to Northern Virginia to go to a bridal shower for Stephanie, my soon-to-be daughter in law.  I left Tampa and it was a cloudy day.  It always make me a little uncomfortable when we … Continue reading

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A Wonderful Trip

Thanks for your prayers.  The time we spend at the symposium gave us a chance to show the senior chaplains the resources Military Ministry offers.  The more faith-based preparations and solutions are placed in the hands of sailors and Marines, … Continue reading

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