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... fanatical. She also got a really lovely doll, so she can have play-dates with other girls and their dolls.
So it's around 10 o'clock now and I need to be able to skate for an hour tomorrow. I hope it's not too cold in there, because I think it's pretty chilly in the classroom very often where it's 19 degrees... I know it's a good temperature for your brain, but to me it feels like 16 or 17 degrees. No matter how warm I am dressed.
Have a good day. Houdoe.
Marloes and I were dropped off at fifth street this week. We went to this little chocolate shop and drank some nice hot chocolate and ate some delicious pieces of pie. Very yummy. Oh and we bought something for Abby's upcoming birthday. I'm sure she'll like it.
I saw that Mrs Bouey is stricter than Mrs Clarke, so in my opinion she doesn't need my help so much as Mrs Clarke can use it. Friday she was back anyways, I made a mistake because Chloe ...
... a nice little place and the most appealing factor....its quiet, it must be just out of season as it has good reviews but there were only 2 other peopl staying! Great for a much needed sleep! After days of philidelpia sandwiches (our main source of lunch for 4 months) and subways we needed some deccent food so we found a wallmart and cooked up a feast of butternut squash and chickpea curry with green beans and rice! It was soooo nice to eat ...
... to the waterfall which was one of the most beautiful we have ever seen. The water cascaded over a series of pool before emptying into the Buttle Lake. There was even a rainbow at the end of it! It was 26 degrees so we excitedly took off our shoes and tested the water which was bloody freezing. It was probably the most cold water I have ever swam in, more cold than the lake the day before. We were all hot and bothered so we took a quick dip, but it was magic just to swim ...
... change for paying cash at the lodge, which has no idea of the US dollar change, and prefers canadian dollars.
Back to the room, Monika watches the end of yesterday's film while I sleep. At 10:00 pm, we are ready for sleeping, but the TV on the living room next to our bedroom is very low, and it is difficult to sleep, but we are so exhausted we could have slept inside a discotheque...
Driven distance: 362 km.
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