Friday, October 30, 2009

Birthday girl

The birthday girl has a big smile after going shopping with Hunta. Thanks Grannie for the smile.
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Today everyone went to school in costume. We had a gypsy, a princess and her cat.
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Art show

Saturday the girls came to visit. We had an art show using my white boards from when I taught school. The white boards save paper! AC told me that her art teacher said you can fill in by scribbling. It seems to work.
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Friday, October 23, 2009

The End

Sailing into the sunset. The moon rises. The port of Athens on Monday morning.
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Highlights of Ephesus

There was so much to see and not enough time.

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We docked at the modern port of Kusadasi, Turkey. Since the shoreline has moved six miles since Ephesus was a Roman city, we had to ride by bus to the ancient city. There are so many remains of Ephesus. It was quiet an overwelming afternoon.

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Sail Away

After Patmos, we sailed to Ephesus. We sailed through the tiny strip of water that separates the island of Samos with mainland Turkey.
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Early Sunday morning we rode in boats from our ship to the isle of Patmos where John wrote Revelation. It is a very dry and rocky island. A water boat brings water to the people who live there every day.
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Sunrise, Moonrise

For those of you who know me, you know that I can makes lots of pictures of anything hoping to get something good. These are some of my best from Saturday night as we were leaving Rhodes.
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Favorite Family

The boys were located in the old city playing for money. The mom, baby and little girl were out by the harbor.

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On Saturday morning, we docked at the northern tip of Rhodes. It is such a beautiful old city. We visited the Acropolis of the city, the ancient Roman city, and the medieval city. In the afternoon, I lauched out on my on to shop.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Beautiful Day In Bham

This morning I got the privilege of going with Grace's Kitchen to Linn Park. What a blessing it was to feed people's bodies and their souls.

Monday, October 19, 2009


It is such a cute tourist island. We spent a few hours just walking around

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