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... ve been too shy to randomly blunder into an open practice session. So if anyone knows any groups that are looking for inexperienced Dutch dancers, or knows somebody who needs a partner, let me know!
Last but not least are the choirs. Usually, they consist of 10 to 20 little boys and girls, that produce something that their parents must think is incredibly cute, but that in all honestly isn't very pleasing to the ears. The ...
... to the new, more hip-and-happening neighbourhood. And it's just around the corner from the famous Alberta iela, and the Russian embassy, which might explain the high percentage of bleached hair-do's, Porsches and chihuahua's on the streets.
So, the only real downside is the fact that Anna and I don't live alone. We have to share the place with Lotte, a hysterical Dachshund who barks uncontrollably whenever anybody approaches the door, and then attacks her ...
... few ninths later to finalize our process.
So, as we say "Ata" or goodbye to Latvia, we take with us many memories and the blessed addition of having a teenager daughter.
If you get the chance, pray for us as we travel home. Pray for my sweet boys who eagerly await our arrival. And pray for Jeremy and I, that we can guide our precious ones as our family strives to serve God in all capacities.
... five languages fluently. Yeah - just like me. ;) Tour of the "Old Town" that had buildings as old as from the 1200s.....just something we don't have in the United States. I'll post pics later - but - if you EVER have the chance to stop through Tallinn- do it. It's like a fairy tale....old buildings that survived the teset of time/wars. One item that was eye-opening - the tour guide mentioned twice that she expects another revolution someday because of the unrest in ...
... been able to wear some of our lighter clothing that we originally packed for the Spain section of our trip.
Today I realised there is a difference between an experienced traveller and a not so experienced traveller. Bec and I went for a walk to get an idea of the city and went into a Liquor store to look at prices. When I got back to hotel, I mentioned to Barb that I almost bought a very ...