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... Hockey practice
-Hide and seek
-Pretty much anything else you can think of
5:00 - Make dinner
Henriette makes the menu for the week and Andre does the shopping, so I usually have ideas of what to make and everything I need. I really like this, not being the most creative of cooks.
7:00 - Depending on her parents' schedules, I either retire to ...
... marks on the wall showing how much Anne and Margot grew during their time in the annex and the bookcase on hinges which hid the entrance to the annex. It was a draining but very worthwhile experience.
It's now 10:20pm and still light outside, but it's been a long day and I really should try to sleep. Tomorrow we're off to Belgium with Donna and Stu and I'll need all my energy to look at the pretty things that are sure to come my way!
... Bounz, which was super cute. Anabel, Adia, Adia's friend and I had the whole place to ourselves. Jumping on a trampoline for an hour is exhausting!
Thursday Anabel and I went into Almere center to shop and have lunch. I got a few things I had been wanting and we ate lunch at this cafe called La Place. It reminds me of Whole Foods back home, where you serve yourself or order cafeteria style, but everything is fresh and homemade ...
... with an A.
One day I won’t have to miss you again, because I will be closer to you than ever
imagined. Till that day I will miss you dearly and make you proud.
I want to thank you for all the years you put up with me and raised me what made me who I am today. I will always keep you in my heart, in combination with all the fond memories we’ve got together and I will cherish those safely.
This is certainly not the last time that ...
Got up nice and early to say farewell to everybody on the trip. We checked out of the hotel and stored our bags in lockers at Centraal. Carla and I went to the Rijks Museum which is a beautiful building. We did not have enough time to do the collection justice. We looked at classical Rembrandt pictures as well as Japanese prints, model ships and ceramics. Caught a train to ...