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... mattresses I was sleeping on. Peter on the other hand said he slept terribly. One last brisk shower then we tried to check out and leave our bags with the hotel till the evening, as we were planning to catch a night bus to Dhar.
... to go with it until I can get back into the groove and get situated.
Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers while I was gone on the trip of a lifetime. I saw so many things that I really do hope each of you get to experience in person someday.
Dad leaves today. :( Please pray for a safe flight and that he feels better!
Peace and love from Ahmedabad,
... sold everything from rugs to house goods to clothing. After we made it to the second floor (third floor), we found the women’s clothing. They had formal and casual saris as well as tunics. I tried few pieces on, but for a fixed price of 700 rupees, an ill-fitting tunic was not worth the price, not matter how cute the pattern was. When we were all walking out, I noticed Giana and Elizabeth at a table with a huge pile of clothes on it. When I got over there, the clothes that ...
... a specific leader or chairperson.
In my classes here I am able to look at the students interactions at different ages and stages in the process. I get frustrated sometimes with 2nd grade because they are still at the stage where they are learning to listen to each other and not always have their own ideas come first. It makes for a very noisy classroom. Although it’s beautiful once they get into that MGIS mode in an activity and they are all talking ...
... one (a boy about 3-years-old) came up to me, staring with his eyes open wide, and tried talking to me in Hindi for several minutes. Very sweet. There was one 6-year-old girl that came up to me three times and used all three English questions she knew (one each time she approached) just so she could speak with me (‘Hello, how are you?’, ‘Where are you from?’, ‘What’s your name’). I was ...