Comfort Inn Lacey
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... and shot by Jackie Mattingly with assistance from Larry, Cameron and Andrew . . . This was the second year in a row that Entertainment fireworks provided Fireworks for the Gala.
... people who Andrea and Garry had been involved with when their children did school exchanges in the past. All really neat people and we had a great time. One of the ladies who Garry had stayed with, Vicky has invited us to spend the night at Herron Island with her tomorrow night so we organised that and are looking forward to a relaxing couple of days away from the pressures of having to be in one place at one ...
... in. But that's fine by me, because her little country home is GORGEOUS and so totally her.) I met my cousin Joseph for the first time and was pleasantly surprised to find that my cousin John T had been able to get time off to come up from Texas (yes, the rest of you are chop liver ;0) It was nice just to hang out, chat, catch-up with everyone. There was some great food, some TV watching shaming, and some tutu making.
Saturday was wedding day, which was at a ...
... The next few miles were rather uneventful as I walked through the darkness. Except for an occasional dog barking at a stranger passing by, my thoughts drifted between prayers for my family and what God wanted me to share with the good folks in Morton on Sunday morning.
As we neared Buckley rain began to pelt down and I immediately thought, with a smile,of two songs our youngest daughter, Marieke, had suggested I sing in this situation - "I'm singing in ...
... where I find work. Hopefully Australia. I'll start that long segment of my around the world trip in Svalbard, which is an independent terroritory of Norway near the North Pole and then to the mainland of Norway, Finland, down to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, then over to Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, crossing over the Black Sea and into ...