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... and were made clear of this matter." A FEW DAYS LATER 1 Realizing Godly Sorrow continued. Today I began planting in a rock garden. Unable to move the rocks in this weakness, I'm reminded that my heavy rock of past trespasses far outweighs any of these in my garden. Will I carry it all the l-o-n-g way through whatever future I have til I reach HOME? Psalm 51 echoes in the back of my mind, but fades away to some distant place as I feel the crushing force of this rock. This weight ...
... in the very last row (a gift of the Whiteside name) and was able to keep an eye on all of our students. So that the student next to me didn't feel terribly uncomfortable about sitting beside the teacher, I allowed her to switch with one of the other teachers. While we had already instructed students that we would allow them to change seats once in the air, I wasn't prepared for the very drawn-out and complicated game of musical chairs that ensued. ...
... a couple of minutes. I'd be telling a lie if I said I was very sorry, since Mary Anne had regaled me with tales of her younger brother's "take no prisoners" approach to the game. I didn't fancy hobbling around New York on crutches, or with any missing teeth for that matter!
Once again I plunged into a household of strangers, apart from Mary Anne and her husband Ted and her three boys, whom I'd met once briefly before we drove out to their cabin several ...
... using and expanding my French language, and it has given the impetus to continue working at it further when I get home. 17 hours into the journey (still in Ontario!) the train manager announces, "the thriving metropolis that we are soon to arrive at is Hornpayne. You have about 30 minutes to get off the train and if you feel like supporting the local economy it has two shops, but don't go too far as the next train passes through here in 4 days time"!! It was nice ...
... chili, bacon, chips and cheese and she wasn't a fan. Patrick had a cowboy dog with barbecue sauce and chili and such and thought it was fine. Mine came with perogies, bacon, fried onions and sour cream. It was tasty enough but such a mess too eat.
Back to the hotel to sulk about the lack of pop situation and turn in for the night!
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