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... she pulls back her long, wavy, blond hair into a ponytail, hiding its beauty. She wears slacks instead of mini-skirts, and walks like a man, due to ingrown toenails. One of her eyes wonders at times.
"What religion are you," Cathy asks.
"When I was nine, I periodically attended a Catholic church with my twin cousin neighbors, and a Protestant church and bible school with my older sisters.
"Didn't you go to ...
... past stories turn into the present. I become engulfed in his darkness, and have to break free to breathe again.
Gosh, I think to myself. Will I ever meet Mr. Right? I need a decent man; one who will treat me with respect and kindness, and be monogamous. Where is that man? My friends tell me "When you least expect it, he will pop into your life." Others say, "You have to make a void in your life, so that there’s room for a man." ...
Sherry and I will keep this blog up to date as often as possible. We'll be 5 hours ahead of you, so updates may come at weird times. All I can say is that we're super excited to be going on this trip, and we'll try not to embarrass any of you or the United States with our antics. :-)
Ronda & Sherry
... I can't describe how perfect it felt (especially because my hotel room is cold). I also met a family coming from Kigali as well and being forced to stay the night
at the hotel. They are very nice and have included me at mealtime. They were from San Antonio and were going home for the holidays. Today was my girlfriend's birthday... Happy Birthday Mads! I was really sad I couldn't be home in time to celebrate with her.
On Wednesday, I got up ...
... enjoy independent travel and the advantages it
offers, but this was a very nice change. A wonderful guide in
Michaelanne, a great driver in Philipe, and a very large and
comfortable bus for 17 of us, so stretching out in the bus was easy.
The hotels were nice, the food great, the time we had to ourselves
was more than adequate and most of all, the people on the tour were
great. As with most of my travels, when I look back it is not always
the sights that ...