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... renovation has been so sympathetic to the original building that you barely notice you're surrounded by students rather than bankers. We liked that Winnipeg has kept its old buildings as they add a charm to the place that I feel would be lacking otherwise.
Winnipeg is also home to another grand building: the Manitoba Legislature. We were hoping to take a tour but Doors Open Winnipeg was on that weekend so we simply looked round under our own steam ...
... AND REGARDLESS OF ONE'S FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING DELUSIONS, THE PERSON'S EMOTIONAL RESPONSES ARE UNEQUIVOCALLY REAL, WORTHY OF RESPECT, EXPLORATION, AND WORKING THROUGH." In the next few weeks I will share from a level of the deep work that needs to take place in letting go. There are five parts outlined along the route from Godly Sorrow to Repentance. That is refreshing, helpful, and just the beginning of a few journeys this heart must make. ****************. The Beginning. I woke ...
... were in the dark, so we didn’t see the full beauty of Washington until the next morning. Such a contrast from the dry, sandy scrub of the desert - although it was much colder. We drove through sleet and 2 degree Celsius weather in Oregon. Our next milestone was the border and we were a bit uncertain what to expect. Our story sounded unreal, even to us: "We are from Winnipeg. This isn’t our ...
... As a result, my checked luggage was tagged to go to London and NOT Edinburgh. Even though "Bibs" of Air Canada customer service said that she would go to the luggage area and tag my bag herself, it still made me nervous. As an interesting side note, "Bibs" told me that she was an old friend of Steve Grahame, one of the administrators at The Comp. Boarding our flight to London went smoothly and we were seated near the back of a 9 seat per row plane. ...
... could relate to, all too well, and then it was time to go back to the room and do some serious chilling out, which for us involved watching a movie, and enjoying hot chocolate and Tim Tams. I had shown the kids the Flour Game at our party the day before, so of course they wanted to play that again. For those who don't know, you're really missing out, and should seriously consider it as one of your next party games. We used to do it at kids Youth Group all the time in Clare! It ...
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