Holiday Inn Kitchener
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... these countries my peers will be working with a project of their specific interest. These projects vary from rehabilitation of animals, too working in the medical field, all the way too planting seeds, and creating leadership programs. For myself I will be headed to a beautiful little country located in South Eastern Africa where I will be volunteering with the Guidance Counselling Association of Malawi (GCAM). Though we do not know the specifics of our project we do ...
... a nice breeze off the lake. Besides it is better than the hot, humid air inside the ship.
It nears 3:00 p.m. and finally they emerge. They both have interesting stories to tell me of what they had seen. I nod with limited interest but I am glad that they thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon. We get into the car and decide that a Timmys is totally in order since I have not had one in the entire time we have been in Ontario. We decide to go to ...
... in order not to offend these overly polite people.
Normally at this time of year I'm busy decorating the house and preparing for my adult children and their affiliated arm wear to come bounding through the front door, expecting and anticipating all that has been a holiday tradition in our home. I ponder the thoughts and wonder where the years have gone, as ...
... I take a combination of anti-histamine and decongestant to make the trip tolerable. I tried to stay up late last night to help with the time change but gave up at around three a.m. The bottom line is that I'm not feeling the best, but I'm not at my worst either. I will use any excuse to go...I'm so excited.
I have just put Justin on the bus for school and given him my last big hug and kiss until I return. I hope he doesn't miss me as much as I'm going ...
... careless incompetence that abounds in Taiwan, where red lights are suggestions; where 'hands free’ means riding your scooter with a cell phone jammed inside a ridiculously inadequate helmet and where it’s acceptable to drive in the wrong direction if it saves you a bit of time. Taiwan is a country where texting while riding isn’t considered ‘distracting’ and where, he who has the largest vehicle demands the right of way even if it’s at ...