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... to do with the schools/students/lessons and it has certainly been a source of anxiety. It is really hard to plan and bring supplies when you don't know what you are walking into!
The next two days will certainly be crazy busy and really stressful but hopefully as everything plays out it will start to feel more comfortable!
... a Saturday, of course).
Part of the fort was reserved for the French - Jesuits, Soldiers and Laypersons - part was for the use of the locals who had converted (or seemed to have converted, or who showed an interest in converting) to Christianity, and part was reserved for friendly locals who weren't interested in Christianity.
Interesting place because everything other than the wood (and it's a wooden fort, ...
I can't believe it is nearly here. I really hope that today was the very last time that I will be at Target. A late night of report writing, 6 hours of zzz's and a few more hours at work tomorrow. Then the final pack-up and house prep! The to-do list is dwindling. Enjoyed reading the younger boys a bedtime about Pompei. Can't wait to see it!
This has been a long and brutal winter for most of Canada. The idea of Italy in the Spring helped distract us from the cold and snow.
As usual, Debbie has thrown herself thoroughly into planning this trip. This time, she has had a lot of discussion and support from her brother, our travel companion.
By early March, she had arranged return flights with British Airways via Heathrow to ...
... It didn't take long for me to realize that I could not even answer these questions for myself. What did I like to do? What did I do in my spare time? Hmm… Thoughts like this scared me. So I freaked out. I began to question everything I was doing. Am I studying the right subject for me in University? Am I going towards the correct career path? Am I in a healthy relationship? Am I ...