If you've been reading Life with Lynnie (LwL), you'll know that I haven't yet finished telling you about my trip to Lake Havasu City, Arizona, USA.
Much like I have done in the past, I shared a few photos of the tourist area by the London Bridge.
I don't believe I need to be telling everyone about every single thing I did, while I was there. But, I do enjoy discussing general things.
My cousin E and I did a fair amount of shopping, together.
Yes, for food. But, also for other things.
Nope. I didn't purchase souvenirs, this time. Instead, I bought some gifts for my family.
I do apologize to any/all my friends who feel I should have brought them souvenirs. But, I should say that after buying gifts for my family, I could hardly seal up my luggage!
You probably won't be surprised when I say we ate out.
Okay. You need to know that my cousin E is a great cook! But, it was nice to not have her use her skills every day.
One day, it didn't surprise me, when E decided that we should go to Scotty's Broasted Chicken & Ribs restaurant. Like we had done a couple of years ago, we truly enjoyed every bite of food we had, there. Here's a link, so you can check it out: http://www.scottysbroastedchickenandribs.com/.
Of course, we also did a lot of talking, together.
To me, this was absolutely wonderful. I was so very thankful!
Being thankful, reminded me of 2 Corinthians 9:15, "Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift."
Yes, I thank God, for His unspeakable gift.
He has given many of us, unspeakable gifts. Including our salvation... by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.
But the gift I received on this trip was wonderful love of family. A gift that to me, is unspeakable... even though I am admitting this to you.
You see, I adore spending time with family. Especially, when they care for me, as much as I care for them!
That gift of love, is absolutely wonderful to me. Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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