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... in Italian to me. I didn't realise he was talking to me at first so I missed it. I told him "non capisco" (I don't understand). He asked me "Dov'e sei?" Where are you from. I replied. "Sono Australiana"- you all get that. To which he replied "Sei una bella ragazza molta"- Means I am a very beautiful girl. I was a bit gobsmacked so I replied thank you in Italian and moved on. He stared at me in corners for the rest of our stay there-creepy!!!!
... in losing was the diary I used during our teaching days in India. That can never be replaced. The low life's had left Maya's clothes but had stolen her underpants along with her backpack, passport and all our bathroom supplies. We were both in shock not knowing what to do. A mad fury gurgled beneath both of our calm exteriors with a certain feeling of loneliness that made you feel like curling up in a ball. Neither of us swear much but at this point it seemed worthy. A couple ...
... brought the issue to Saint Benedict. He invited them to pray with him and the next morning 200 bags of flour appeared the next morning at the site of the rock.
All in all the past few days have been crazy busy. Despite being dead tired, I am so happy that we are taking full advantage of this last full week here in Italy. I cannot believe I will be leaving a week from today. Please continue to pray for me, and I will certainly keep you all in my prayers. I love you and miss you all! ...
... are my closest friends and genuinely look out for my happiness. We have a heart to heart on my relationship status once every year and it was status quo, mostly, since the last appraisal. Over dinner I reported that I was single, not particularly attracted to anyone at the moment, still not looking forward to marriage and certainly decided about not having children. However, I did inform them that I was perhaps open to a relationship that wouldn’t be imprinted with ...
about 4 am I am completely lost in Florence. Thank God I wrote the address of
the apartment on my hand at the pregame. Drunken Tim looks after sober Tim
quite well. After ringing every single doorbell outside the apartment complex
one of the girls finally lets me in. It was sort of a repeat of my Thanksgiving
excursion. (For those of you who don’t know what is its better you don’t know) Brendan
loses expensive rain jacket.
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