We took a stop by the "Seven Sleepers" ruins where there is a story that 7 Christian martyrs were murdered and buried, but when people came to uncover the graves, the people rose from their graves and were resurrected from the dead! There are no bones in those graves and there is proof!
We finally made it back to our village where we were staying and finished our evening with a stroll through town and a little shopping! Of course in every store we stopped in, it was always a long process. The sellers invite you in for tea, get to know you, and hope you will give them some business as well. The last place we went to was a rug shop where we were greeted by a man in his twenties who worked with his brother.
They talked us into having some tea and a "chat" and tried to talk us into buying a rug. It was too expensive for me! Once they realized we weren't going to buy, they relaxed and started up conversation. The youngest brother played the folk guitar for us and sang a folk song for my trusty webcam. It was VERY entertaining to say the least! He proposed to me a few times before we left, jokingly, of course. It was just good fun!
We ended the day back at the hostel to get rest for another well-deserved, restful day! Tomorrow, we plan on drinking tea, walking, sitting, chatting, meeting new people, drinking more tea, and sitting even more! What a day! I love it here! Did I mention, that I love it? Blessings and stay tuned for more stories...
I work with the Harbour Church community here in South Florida and have been for over 10 years. I wanted to start a blog so you can join me on these many journeys. I am also a worship leader for the Harbour Church and singer/songwriter along with my husband.
I am on an amazing journey with Andrew, the man of my dreams. I love my husband and have been married to him for over 2 years now. He is an amazing lover of God. I am continuously falling more in love with him everyday. I am so excited about this next season of life God has for us. I couldn't be more thankful to God.
We are expecting our first child this April of 2014! We are thankful to be having a son and decided to name him Liam Valor. We are beyond elated.
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