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... doing well. David and Lisa and Fraser and Jocelyn all had a busy year
Tyler sat NCEA and did well,has his learner license so saving to get a car. ************ to high school this year had good year also. Pyper 1st year high school great year.
Scarlett turned 4 this month.
Is our princess /fairy, goes to day care as one or the other each day. Birthday party theme was Frozen.
All got some skiing in ...
... are allowed to bloom. I could try to explain what Servants stands for, but their website says it all. So look it up!
In Vancouver, the Servants’s homes are located in the Downtown Eastside, and consists of community members who desire to be intentional and prayerful in the neighborhood, targeting issues of isolation, hopelessness and despair. It is not so much a service, but more a home-like structure ...
... and told her everything I have done so far. She is a tiny and cute Vietnamese lady who works really hard to keep her home in tip-top shape. She runs this place like a hotel. She asked surprisingly, "this is your first time here?" Yes, I said, blushing a bit. :)
It was nice taking my time this morning, ...
... Jon and Mary’s balcony before heading out for dinner across the street at a yummy Middle Eastern place serving delicious kabobs. We followed up our tasty dinner with some gelato before heading back to the hotel to pass out.
Tuesday September 2nd it was pouring rain, so we took a trolley tour of the city and ended up at the Granville Island Markets, a wonderful indoor farmer’s market surrounded by a cornucopia of international arts and crafts ...
... it quits and headed back for the bike shop to return my bike, while Anne Van and Tanya continued on to explore Kitsilano. I elected to take the 20 minute walk back to the hotel and snagged a few survivors on Robson Street along the way.
Kitsilano is an awesome area on the west side of Vancouver. Awesome beach, enormous public salt water pool and cute houses with amazing views. It is worth a bike trip ...