De Hoofdige Boer
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... two days than many of their au pairs had in months. I loved it. It was great to meet some people and try some uniquely Dutch food.
This evening has been very relaxed. Adia stayed up until 2am last night, so she was ready for bed pretty much by the time we got home. I have discovered Duolingo, a phone app to teach you other languages. I'm going to focus on Dutch but brush up on my French as well, since I'm finding that somewhat helpful.
... to me on the Internet in April 2012 after looking for others who were taking the same medication as she had been prescribed a few months earlier. I was surviving metastatic melanoma… longer than most people.
She soon found me on Facebook and started asking me questions regarding the dosage of
"Zelboraf" I was taking. I was very hesitant to tell her, of course, not to jeopardize the course of her treatment.
Nevertheless, we soon ...
For the last week of our holiday we are enjoying some family time with my side of the family, staying with my cousins in Abcoude, a lovely town close by Amsterdam. We are here for four nights before we carry on to Maastricht and then home. Great to see the various family members again and enjoy spending some time with them, seeing how they live, and engaging in that very Dutch activity - ...
... to make it less obvious through illusions on the four pillars and the clock (we were able to see these quite clearly on the tour once we took a closer look). In the 16th century they had a tax on windows on the front of your house - so we could easily see who was rich and who wasn't by looking at the number of windows on the houses. One guy tried to evade the tax by putting his front door at the back of his house and many windows on the front, ...
... trying to come out which cheered Tony up a bit though it continued to rain off and on throughout the afternoon! And then we walked again, and walked some more until at 5 pm I said my feet were complaining and grumbling and they had had enough. I’m not surprised after 7 hours! Luckily, we weren’t too far from the hotel and it was with a sigh of relief that I collapsed in a chair, apologised to my feet and relaxed with a glass of bubbly and ...