Monthly Archives: November 2005

The Sea, The Sea – SAS Thoughts

I just heard from Summer…  They are presently arriving in Hawaii, about 15 hours early, which is cool!!  Her cell is back on and she is out of email tme, so good timing.  She said she sent an update from Japan, … Continue reading

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Death in the Bush – Zimbabwe Africa

  Quote:  Zimbabwe’s animals are dying, which means its people are suffering, too. Death in the Bush – Newsweek World News – MSNBC.com By Joshua Hammer     Dec. 5, 2005 issue – The stench of decay rises from the bush just … Continue reading

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Japan

I haven’t heard from daughter Summer in over a week, and then only a short note.  They have been back onboard since the evening before Thankgiving (in their time zone).  I don’t know if the Internet has been down or if they … Continue reading

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Taking Christ Out of Christmas – The ACLU’s Latest…

I thought you would be interested in a survey done by the American Family Assoication. They gathered advertising inserts from 11 different companies placed in two papers on Nov. 27 (Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal and Memphis Commercial Appeal.) Combined, the inserts totaled … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Blessings and Peace To You And Yours

        I hope you all had a marvelous Thanksgiving and a great long weekend to do whatever pleased you!   And may we all remember the true meaning of Christmas, Chanukah and Kwansa as we move into … Continue reading

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China Part II

…Anyway, so after the Great Wall of China, which was amazing, we drove that long two hours back to the Capitol Hotel and were given 3-hours to find our own dinner and have some free time. So my group and I … Continue reading

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SAS Update: Typhoon Brewing

Update from one of the SAS parents:   "Boy, I guess the seas are very, very rough today for our kids. My daughter just got through to us after many repeated attempts this morning. We talked for about 90 seconds … Continue reading

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