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... said that, as she picked up her bag and literally jumped out of her seat and ran towards the front of the plane. I knew she would find it, so I wasn't too panicked, but it was pretty priceless seeing her run and push people aside, screaming "MOVE! It's an emergency!". HAHAHAHAHA yes, an emergency. HAHAHAH. A few minutes she came back with a smile on her face. Emergency averted. SO now we sit on an 11 hour flight to Shanghai where we plan to take ...
... follow if a community is intending to be healthy. Easier said than done. But if I wish to live in the Kingdom of God, I need to be humbled again and again, and reminded I am not the one on the throne. Accountability and community with others can bring that reminder.
So in bringing all this up and sharing my life at present, my prayer is for continued growth and understanding, for a further purification of my heart. I intend to be here for a while. This is my Babylon, ...
... on all of our costumes for the first show we get to open, “Cinematastic”!
Natalie and I hit up the buffet of course. It is much smaller than the Golden but still good! Everything on this ship is very small and quaint but I love the vibe of it. It really does seem like the crew and the passengers become a family because it is so small, it holds 680 people. A lot of things are either in navy blue or deep maroon. There are ...
... Our destination that evening was a beachside resort in the (very) small town of La Push, on the Quillaeute Reservation.
On the way to La Push we drove through Forks, another small town on the normally dark and rainy Olympic peninsula. I had never heard of Forks, Washington, but apparently I have been living under a rock somewhere as Forks is the setting for the internationally famous vampire trilogy Twilight (maybe it’s not even a trilogy, I haven’t kept ...
... ferry fare (which is a bit steep considering the ride is only about three minutes) and headed toward the Granville St Public Market. This is a lot like the Reading Terminal Market in Philly, only not as big. I bought some fruit and ate my gellato out by the water with the rest of Vancouver. After taking the ferry back, I strolled along Sunset Beach and English Bay Beach. It wasn't in the game plan to bike the Seawall of Stanley Park, but I was close enough to the bike ...