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... Ever since my ankle fracture in May I'm nervous about another injury, so have been avoiding heels and wedges at work and will take a pair of Clarks leather ankle boots to S/I with me for the extra support.
It's going to be a crazy busy week between work and kids' activities starting up. I plan on going to bed early each night and rising extra early (starting at 5 a.m. tomorrow) to ease the transition to GMT in Scotland once we land. I don't want to waste a minute while I'm ...
... of a manicured life. A life of beer-belly comfort and died
hair and cottages.
“Hello,” he replied.
“And where are you off to today?”
she continued.He didn't feel like answering. The memory of the beer and the fire in
the lodge had left him where he wanted to be and he felt that feeling was now
“I’m on my way home,” he said. ...
I realize it is only Thursday but I thought I would give you a review of our 2nd week in Ghana (1st full week of work) and all the thinks we have experienced. Monday It was my first day in the hospital and James' first day teaching. James had a great day teaching math and computers (or at least how to turn one on and off). The kids all really liked him and they call him Sir James (which of course he loves!) My first day in the hospital was really tame. I spent ...
... with the lavish Emirates terminal which is the hub for their fleet of A380s. The speed and ease was a vast improvement over other airports that I've been to.
Outside, the city is a bustling with life, the streets full of crazy traffic. We stayed in the Sheraton Deira, in the older part of the city which isn't far from the airport. From the rooftop, we caught a glimpse of the Burj Khalifa in the distance, which we would be visiting the next evening.
These are photos from different parts of Peru where I lived and worked for a year. It is country that I felt at home from the moment I arrived in Lima. What I took from that beautiful country is their genuine hospitality, lasting friendships and of course my love and adoration for Peruvian cuisine. Hope you like these pictures.