Manor Guest House
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I'm making the final preparations to begin my journey. It's been daunting getting all of my affairs in order for this one, with some lingering details requiring my presence in Canada. But, those are taken care of, and Friday we journey off.
To say that 2014 has been a rough year doesn't quite capture things. In a 3 month span I lost a ...
... friends. And I’ll admit, it has been hard. It’s made me want to crawl back to safety, comfort, and familiarity. It has brought challenges I didn’t plan or expect. It has brought a further awareness of my brokenness and need for grace. So the last several months have been a hard place, a whirlwind of uncertainty, and questioning. A lot of questioning and uncertainty.
But as I read this chapter of Jeremiah, bringing my mind to a place of presence and ...
... at the meet-up most people were from other countries that had been living in Canada for years and most of them were single, geez it must be hard for them moving to a different country and not knowing anyone Tom and I are lucky we have each other. It was such a great weekend, we will definitely be going again.
Last weekend we took the Rocky Mountaineer train from Vancouver to Whistler. It was such an awesome scenic trip, we took the Whistler Sea to Sky Climb ...
... back. Well after 5 stopping and saying 'Oh you need the other company' we walked back the 2 kms and found the bus stop we had got off at. Of course the only seats left were out in the open deck but a bit of drizzle never hurt anyone, and it wasn't cold so we toughened up.
We hopped off in the main shopping precinct and wandered a bit, and then discovered we were in Burrard St, but at the other end, so we decided to walk back to the apartment, ...
... it is quite open in the rest of the Vancouver region. Very nice to see.
This Dyke march is quite like the one in Ottawa, although there was missing aspects to it, and I am sure they will be correcting it next year. It still was a wonderful event and the weather was incredible.
The Davie St party was something else…the entire street was blocked off for the community's use – it was closed from early afternoon and ...