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... I am hoping to do another contract now that I know what to expect which will help me enjoy it much more I think.
But I want to say THANK YOU to my family had me bring along about 25 "Open When.." cards. Those kept me going and made my days much better! Thank you Lauren Booke for sending me that care package when I was in rehearsals. Thank you Taylor Scott for the package of my favorite Japanese things. Thank you to my family and friends that ...
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By traveling to China I am expanding the space of possibility of which I can change the world.
This is a short clip from a series called Shots of Awe where they discuss
"why we explore". It all makes sense.
Girl on the rising,
Max writing: Although Thanksgiving was only a week ago so much has happened since, but I will write about Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is very important here in the USA, and rightly so. It celebrates the survival of early settlers after many losing their lives through arriving before winter and not having a crop until the following autumn. It was taken up across the country (and in Canada) as a festival that all participate in, regardless of history or faith. Being thankful for ...
... Hawaii. It is large and has a large stocked man made fishing pond. It also has nasty bathrooms and mosquitos. We are parked under a large non-tropical tree next to both bathrooms and mosquito pond. Hardly tropical heaven but will have to do. No neighbors yet but it is the start of the last long weekend of the summer so we are sure we will be seeing more folks roll in tomorrow.
We set up in a light sprinkling of rain and then had dinner of franks ...
... meant chipping in with the family business...NO slacking allowed! And years later I realized just how important it was that he instilled this work ethic in us! No wonder I ended up working in sales operations. Seeing dad selling out of his addicting homemade pies and cookies was such a joy. At 75 years old he’s doing what he loves and it’s an example to never give up on that!
Childhood Reunion BBQ ...