Mokos Bed and Breakfast
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not bad for a small hotel
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... and be still. They can either just sit by themselves, or they can be rocked and held or just gently intentionally touched on feet or hands.
2. Music instrument relay - A relay race between two teams where they have to race to their team's designated basket of instruments and shake the instrument as they run back. They switch off while the next runner goes and gets a new instrument. Game goes on until one team wins.
3. I love ...
Monday started frustratingly when I tried to work on finalizing our master database. I could not get the track pad on my laptop to work despite repeated restarts. After wasting two hours I finally gave up and worked on Kerstin's laptop to prepare the Excel file we would use to analyze our results. (Later I would find out from Cal, that many PCs have a button on them that locks the track pad. I had no idea about this. I have some words for the designer who thought the ...
... buildings. We stumbled into that square and I just couldn't stop laughing. Headed to one of the poorest countries in the world, having randomly decided to leave the airport and visit a city we knew nothing about, walking around with no map, I ended up in one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. It was a blissfully ironic moment, and the only response was disbelieving laughter. And then... After a 9hr flight that I ...
... I started thinking about the slaves themselves...on the ships, in those tiny tiny boxes, lying in their own saste. How did they feel? How did they not absolutely despair? I wondered how many of them knew in the previous life that this would be their life on earth? Now white picket fence or frothy Christmas hot chocolate...no birthday parties with presents, no surfing on sunny days at the beach...but being traded across a continent as if they ...
... sounds! Their cultural sounds are very very loud and nasal, almost piercing. They yell a lot of their hymns. So I am coaching them through making the rounder tones like a British person, and using dynamics of soft and loud...normally they only have one volume...double forte! Super super loud. I am taking some of the choir time to teach them how to read music...the rhythms, the staff, clefs, dynamic markings, measures; etc. They are super excited about it! So my life here ...