Holiday Inn Winnipeg - Airport West
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... br> Boarded the Canadian train reasonably ontime only an hour late (more about this later) which goes across Canada to Toronto however we getting off at Winnipeg.
The sleeping carriages are quite different to ours (4 single cabins at one end then 4 pullman type then 6 double cabins. The pullman are two seats facing each other with a fold down bunk above. one seat has a lower bunk and the other the upper bunk. At night there is a curtain closing off the bunks from the ...
... chances of being horribly murdered at random in the street, which apparently happens in Winnipeg. Despite Winnipeg's reputation (so I was told) as Canada's Detroit, I survived and even had a good time, though I will admit to encountering more weird people than I had in any previous city. Or maybe I just noticed more weird people (there are a lot in Canada) because of what I had been told about Winnipeg. Either way, I'm still here.
I managed ...
... of spiritual vision?)-BECAUSE GRIEF WAS IN MY WAY - BONES GROWING OLD IN KEEPING SILENT- NO SOUNDNESS (integrity) IN MY (self) BECAUSE OF YOUR ANGER (being dishonoured) -INIQUITIES HAVE GONE OVER MY HEAD. LIKE A HEAVY BURDEN (my rock) TOO HEAVY FOR ME. I AM FEEBLE AND BROKEN. ( ch 51 says a broken and contrite spirit a sacrifices to God.) In all four of these psalms, I find the parallel of sorrow and joy. Just as I now feel them simultaneously in my own soul. Sorrow that torments ...
... As a result, my checked luggage was tagged to go to London and NOT Edinburgh. Even though "Bibs" of Air Canada customer service said that she would go to the luggage area and tag my bag herself, it still made me nervous. As an interesting side note, "Bibs" told me that she was an old friend of Steve Grahame, one of the administrators at The Comp. Boarding our flight to London went smoothly and we were seated near the back of a 9 seat per row plane. ...
... be, and in fact had known that for a very long time now. So it was exciting and nerve-wracking to be able to see them face to face. We'd both had such busy years that we'd only had time to speak briefly on Skype a couple of times. We walked into the house, and were greeted by enthusiastic dogs, smiles, hugs and "great to finally meet you at last!" It really was as if we'd known each other personally for years, and in no time we were settled in down in the basement ...