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... I will use this blog to document my activities as I continue to get ready for China.
I want to thank my family, friends and my academic advisors who have supported me as I completed my application. I appreciate having you standing behind me in my decisions. I am so blessed to have you all. Thank you!
“Adventure is a path. Real adventure – self-determined, self-motivated, often ...
... that we had a failed hydraulic hose
which meant the aircraft was grounded until the hose or the aircraft could be
replaced. A replacement hose was offered to us through the good graces of Air
Canada. However, as is the Canadian way, eh, they took their own sweet time
We all deplaned rather than sit on the aircraft. That was a
good thing because our 45 minute delay became an over three hour ordeal.
... up and ready but there's not much to ready when you're about sit for the next 20 some hours. I finished last minute packing, loaded the car and we were on the way. It was really sweet to have Neel and Anika want to come to the airport, but tricky when it came to the goodbyes. Last summer it was the three of us just gooning around every day so this is going to be a change for us all.
Now to ...
The trip has already been a cultural experience... before I even left Saskatoon. The cab driver was from Punjab. He's a student at the U of S taking Mechanical Engineering and he drives cab on the weekends. He's heading back to India in December to get married. He's never met his bride-to-be and has only spoken to her once over the phone... something his parents don't know an would not approve of. She is going to school ...
... and the Sjoholms, plus Phil Mattson started arriving around 6:00.
Phil is a close friend from 1981 when Nile started teaching at Foothill College and carrying on in the rather large footsteps and musical legacy left by Phil. A table of delicious appetizers and a full bar greeted us all as we embarked on an evening of chatter, clatter, clinking and singing. Music was made, with Phil at the piano and Barbara, Gingie, Sarah and ...