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May 22, 2008

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Dustin Greenup

Wow! Thank you for the great commentary. Hearing your description and seeing pictures of Ethiopia brings back a lot of memories from last summer when my wife and I were there adopting our son. I got to meet and spend a little time with the Sovereign Grace guys...I wished I would have had more time to spend with them. They are in our prayers and if we get to go back...I'll be sure to spend some more time with them hopefully. Thank you for the great commentary and pictures. It is a very needy area for the for true Gospel churches and we are very thankful for God's grace in bringing you all there! Hope you liked all of the traditional foods!

claire

lets plan an ethiopian food outing in DC when u get back! its always a fun dinner...

Maritza

Ethiopian food is even closer than DC. There's a place right in Gaithersburg owned by Ethiopians. It's hidden near the Kinko's off of 355/N. Frederick Avenue. They have Ethiopian coffee, tea, food and other things. Went there with some friends before they headed off to the cherry blossoms this year--fun times. Let me know if you ever end up checking it out (although I bet you have).
-Maritza

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