Bastion Deluxe Hotel Almere
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... every night. I had coffee with one of Adia's friend's mother, which was lovely. I adventured around Utrecht, another larger city a bit south of me. With my free museum card, I randomly entered the Christian artifacts museum there. It probably would have been more interesting if I could read Dutch a bit better...
One of the highlights of the week though was the first weekend. My friend Melissa (remember, ...
... yikes. Last week was fantastic. I feel like Adia and I finally clicked and we had so much fun together! We went to Bounz on that Thursday and, following the fashion of my luck, Adia had a great time jumping on the trampoline for a solid hour, only to slip, fall and hurt her foot walking home. She might be related to me. I figured she had only rolled her ankle or something so I iced it, cooked dinner and hung out until Henriette got home. She figured it was better to ...
... of knowledge that I am so thankful to have had. She is sweet, funny, and was able to discuss all of the intricacies of our day-to-day routine with me, as well as answer my no doubt infuriatingly never-ending stream of questions. We spent Monday getting to know each other over the ironing board, and I helped cook my first Dutch meal, called boerenkool stampot. It is basically kale mashed into potatoes with kielbasa on top. ...
... University-based behavior support model that we used at camp and that I very much support.
http://qz.com/310622/the-scientific-evi dence-against-spanking-timeouts-and-sle ep-training/
For those who don't care enough to read the entire article, below is what I found to be the main take-away messages.
"Bryson recommends asking yourself two questions
in any moment that you intend to “discipline” your ...
... both left her place. We had to get down 6 floors and she helped me yet again. We had to then do the routine of the long walk to the metro station and change metros to finally get to the main train station. She bought croissants for breakfast and bid goodbye to me at the station by 7am. She rushed back home as she had to get to work. I found my platform and managed to find my way to the Thalys Train to Amsterdam. Once ...