Hampshire Hotel - Mooi Veluwe
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... for Kings Day. We the went to see Dora's house and met a couple of mums friends. Then off to view the Loch it fits the enormous barges that travel down the Rhine. Alf had his photo opportunity of sticking his finger In The dyke but I don't think he would be able to stop the flow. Antoinette took us back to her house to meet her boys and Andre where we had Kaas Frits and croquette and Alf drank many beers. A day that certainly left a smile on our ...
... son throws his vegetables
at me, “he needs to show some self-control,” I might be better served to
ask myself, “how can I teach him what he’s allowed to throw and what
he’s not allowed to throw.” When we consider what we want to teach and
what skills we want to build, we develop more helpful interventions into
the behaviors we want to limit."
"For those in interpersonal ...
... hole in the hearts of all who knew her.
I miss her SO VERY MUCH.
Imro Dennert wrote:
From 1982 to 1985 I lived on Curacao. I used to visit Richard and Tineke Dennert regularly
and they asked me a few times if I knew Moira. I didn’t and promised to look her up some time. At the time I was living with my brother, Hans, (almost) just across the street from Princess Beach hotel where Moira was working at that time. One morning ...
... years). I would have said she was early fifties. She was 74! Next came the tasting - oh la la! The smoked cheese and the Gouda with red pepper were my favourites. Being a fishing village meant that our next stop was lunch at one of the fish cafés. I had a shrimp salad roll (€6.70) but I regret now that I didn't try the herring option. I sat with the Argentinian woman and her husband who had just spent 3 days in Paris and were heading ...
... paintings, and authentic decor that we are not allowed to touch. The tour is in Dutch with occasional translations in English, but the surroundings speak for themselves. You can almost taste the oily, fatty, juicy meats the guide talks about cooking over the large cast-iron spit near the fireplace. Living in this time would be very tough, but it is fascinating and keeps you imagining what life was really like, in each room.