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The gift of those who love Jesus Christ and put total faith into his body and spirit is that they are able to wholly forgive; and what this entails is the profound jewel of the body, the holiest beating lotus heart.  128 more words


Just In Time For Spring

We are so very pleased to announce that our first walls are now available for rent and just in time for those Spring weddings and events. 39 more words


Biographical Picks

Looking back on 2016, I was surprised at the number of biographical books I’d read. Here is my list with a brief review of each. 260 more words


Road Trippin Through The Deep South

For our third year wedding anniversary my Husband and I decided to do a road trip through the historic deep south. My past road trips always consist of national parks but we thought we would change it up and go on a more romantic, historic, food adventure and experience culture from some of the oldest cities in the US. 1,681 more words


Life Writing: Thomas Merton and Roland Barthes

Spent yesterday evening reading Thomas Merton‘s autobiography, The Seven Storey Mountain. Still a young man, he has lost his mother and his father to illness. 212 more words

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St. Augustin, USA's oldest city

St. Augustin is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement within the borders of the continental United States.  It was founded in 1565, and was named by the Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, Florida’s first governor. 253 more words


An Essay on Travel – St. Augustine

Say what you will about Waycross, but there is one thing that it has working for it – it’s location. Within a couple of hours in any direction, you can be at a decent weekend destination. 328 more words