February 12, 2008
Suite Life, KY
Loucon, again. GPS lady problems, again.
"Welcome to the executive cabin..."
The greeting came with the promise of a bonfire and s'mores, as well as a secluded four bedroom cabin. Some bunk rooms had double beds, all had private bathrooms with showers! We could have used the stove, microwave, and dishes to prepare a meal, but we decided to enjoy our take out pizzas on the kitchen table - spending some time writing and signing thank you notes at the request of one team member for her sponsors. An awesome idea that I hope we will use in the future.
A rustic living room with two couches, and numerous chairs overlooked a back porch with a view. There was some amused confusion over the emergency phone on the wall which had a stern note saying not to use it - in case of emergency, Dial 911.
I loved the little box of missionary planning tools cleverly placed on a counter: note paper, pens, rubberbands, paper clips, tape, a few crayons, some business cards from local shops, a few batteries, one mini hand sanitizer, and a deck of cards. It's the sort of thing that I think just happened one day, and people have kept adding to. Sort of like a spill-over kindness, and a very sweet surprise.
Just like the bonfire that was prepared for us, and the s'mores fixings waiting on one of the benches...
Posted by jaselin at February 12, 2008 07:48 PM