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... capacity to love and lose and heal. Some people said it was a blessing that we knew her time was drawing near, that at least we got to say good-bye. I don't know that any way is better than the other- the loss is still great. I know I also was in denial, I knew what was coming but the thought of that reality made my breath catch- I couldn’t imagine my world without her in it. There are so many more things I wanted to say, so many more ways I could have ...
... faces, despite the enormous helmet. Such a special morning.
We then headed off to Sacramento, we had lunch at Arden Fair before Jocelyn and I were left (Yup girl time!) to have a wander around the mall while the rest and dad went to check out the Railroad Museum.
The railroad museum is a wonderful place to check out the history of trains in this area with some fine examples of huge steam trains and fancy china settings on ...
... and arrow for his Robin Hood costume, two stops later we were successful. We stopped for some lunch before heading into the Veterinary hospital to see Dad in action at work. Dad was able to give us a wonderful tour of the hospital, we saw heaps and Georgia certainly has a new hero, she spent the time skipping along beside Dad holding his hand and giggling. He did look rather impressive in his scrubs and embroidered white coat. :) The countdown was finally over, ...
... this was only a short flight and after a couple of hugs mid flight from Mum and Dad he happily sat buckled in his seat for landing too. Auckland was thankfully sunny for our walk between terminals but then began the 5 hour wait. Taxing on all, but overall the kids were very well behaved. Our flight from Auckland to San Francisco was long but reasonably uneventful. The kids watched movies and napped (not much sleep for Mum ...
... film while we were waiting.
Although we were sat in the dark, you could see into the neighbouring vehicles when they put their light is on. This is how we discovered that the people to the left of us had a slightly different approach to watching films than us. They reversed their car towards the screen and opened up the boot, then laid down in there with lots of blankets and their pet Jack Russell. We could then smell a fair amount of pot coming from ...