A House In The Trees
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... our collaborative office space in Denver) for our partnership with Nokero bringing solar lights to ENCA Farm and throughout the Northern Philippines.
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I am looking forward to sharing this trip with you all and thank you for your support of my on-going work with ENCA Farm!
Lots of love,
... how much more confident/friendly/forward/obnoxious a lot of Americans are. No sooner had we finished talking about a girl on the street shouted "HEY CUT COPY BABY HOW YOU DOING", I didn’t know how to respond so I said “hi” really quietly.
The bowling alley was pretty cool, it perhaps wasn’t Big Lebowski old school cool but it was pretty good nonetheless. Unfortunately they stuck us in the basement which had no atmosphere and no ...
... as last financial piece is complete in next couple of weeks).
Right now I am afraid of the depth of the contrast which was
the original platform for my large leap.
I am speaking of my profound disappointment. Because in my fragile
moments I can feel it seeping up, and I don’t want it to darken the painting,
just as I am beginning to add more color and vibrant highlights. You know, the disappointment
with this culture, with what caregiving takes from ...
... at the Concorde up close, went inside, underneath, all around and took a million pictures. It's bigger than I thought, and even more beautiful. One of the staff there was following me around, dying to tell me everything he knew, he totally loves his job. I told him about the day I left work early to see the Concordes fly into Heathrow on their final flights, and he said I was really lucky. Other fab things were the first ever 747 (looks haunted and old, and towers over the others), ...
... guy was raving on about all the Blue Jays fans taking over the joint. But he wasn't too agro.
Seattle is pretty laid back. After a visit to the Space Needle-waiting one and a half hours to get up to the sky deck-we walked down to the Wharf front markets. It was alive with colours, smells and humanity. The flower markets were amazing but our favourite was the Pike Fish Markets. The crowds were there ...