De Hoofdige Boer
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Okeyy today i had school And when i went outside i started to rain -_-" But yeah it was okeyy Then i went to Max! It was so damn awkward :( We didn't talk much and when we talked it was about awkward stuff like our love life and how it was going with us and we both had kind of like yeah it is going bad but i don't wanna bother you so i'm not saying it... He was really cute when we finally talked! ...
I woke up and had breakfast. I could tell today we weren't going to do much to day. We were all tried from yesterday's ride. Mitsuki and I rode around the campsite did some studying and did some more riding. At around 7:00 we went to the super market that was not to faraway. And on the way back we played at a park then went back to the ...
... is what I normally have for breakfast in the states. I made one with strawberries, bananas, yogurt, and apple juice. Mmm. Then, I spent the rest of the morning sipping tea and planning the last bit of my trip. I will stay in the Netherlands until Sunday, when I will take the train to Paris. As my host is leaving the country on the 3rd, I will spend the nights of the 3rd and 4th in a hostel in Amsterdam. Then, I will ...
... for lunch and dinner. In between, we went to pick up our camper van, Bennie. He was in great condition. All the clothes and supplies were fine too. Whew!! We really wondered what everything would be like four and half years later. It seems that the greenhouse where it was stored worked out great.
This evening, we are planning our route and what campground we will stay in tomorrow night.
... high alert, and sharing that experience and recognizing it in
yourself and in her creates trust that becomes wired in her nervous
system. The child learns that her experience has been shared, that it
can be described, and that it can be managed. She also learns, in ways
that can never be taught by lecture or reprimand, what it means to
respect another person’s experience because we have, in fact, shown
respect for hers."