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... if not a bit worse. I have relatively no voice and I am coughing a fair bit just to try and keep my throat clear. I also find myself very sleepy and nodding off. I try to open my eyes and stay awake but that is seemingly impossible. Poor Jim. I am being so selfish by sleeping. I ask him in one lucid moment how he is doing and he tells me that he is fine and wide awake. I nod off again; then wake; then nod off. The cycle continues for most of ...
... Megan also sent me a loom bracelet that she had made - purple and turquoise, my favourite colours!! Oh and mum also put in some balloons and banners which Phil put up in the room! It felt lovely to get stuff from home, as it's my first birthday away and not spent with my family! I had a lovely 'sing song' on the phone from mum and dad though which was nice, and good to speak to them! Thank you to everyone else also for their birthday wishes and texts too!! :) ...
... Other than that event don't see much in Calgary but we did it. There is a river that runs through it with nice walking and biking trails. The indoor central market was crowded with young urban runners for coffee and seemed to be the place to be. All the exhibits in the Chinese Cultural Center were in Chinese and we were the only ...
... landmarks and learn about, with the help of a self guidance system, some of the history of Calgary. We then spent the rest of the day wandering a little further around the city and getting organised for our Rocky Mountaineer Tour that was starting the next ...
The general process of appreciative inquiry and asset mapping enabled all participants to organize thoughts and assets about any topic of conversation. The locals received, if nothing else a sense of pride from having Canadians interested in their barrio. Others were more interested in the process of sharing and finding resources in their community in an entirely different way. Without specifically addressing a problem in the community ...