2 days off in Reading, PA

Trip Start Feb 03, 2008
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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Found a church service for tomorrow at noon!!!  So, so happy.  I get
lost as to which day of the week it is so I thought I'd just missed it
as I finished my late morning run.  Re-thought my days and was gleeful
after I figured out it was tomorrow!!  So thankful! :)


I'm sitting in my hotel room and Jordin's One Step at a Time is
playing.  Love it.  I heard two different songs while in Atlantic
City.  Wonderful reminders of a great tour, meaningful interactions,
and my Creator's hand on my life.






Then the sad part of my day - I cut it off with boy. :(  Just cannot allow myself into that world that he's a part of.  It was hard to say it and then make myself walk out of the room.  He was so sincere and really did not think it would bother me.  Oh, this is not fun.

Later that night, most of the crew and band ended up at the Ugly Oyster bar.  Quite of few of the group had arrived about 3:30 to start celebrating Ryan's 30th - drinking and sing-along in full effect!  It was a good evening (aside from having to see the boy throughout the night and watch him flirt with others).  I found out the singers thought I might be a lesbian - ha! - comical as I'm pretty sure I don't give off that vibe so someone has started the rumor.  Zoe is helping me keep the rumor going as we hug often , and definitely when in sight of certain people!, and hang out in each others' rooms!  heehee - might as well keep it interesting for someone! :D

11/4 My heart is happy tonight.  Getting to know the Irish on the
tour and it's been a blessing.  Who knew the English (men) were such a
contrast from the Irish!!?  Fun darts with Conor and Dave, Ryan and
Zara earlier in the evening.  And Zoe - always fun!  The English women are
GREAT!!






More fun shopping with Zoe for a card for Ryan's 30th.  We were just in a drugstore and were nearly rolling in the aisles with laughter.

Yay Obama! 
Amazed by the landslide but happy for a change that our country
needed.  My international community on this tour fully agrees and
America has risen in the eyes of the world.

Sorry for the disjointed thoughts - I often quickly jot some things down in my email account to put up here later so they often don't flow!!

Lots of love and thanks for journeying with me,
Andrea  xo
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