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... and emergency needs, including trafficking. As the room filled with kids, my heart melted. The first little fellow was wearing a t-shirt and little green short shorts. He was a bit of a ham and looke dat all of us very puzzled. Then a little dude in blue pants walked in with his mama and little baby sister in a yellow sweater. From their spot on the carpet, the little guy made eyes at me and finally, after seeing me smile a few times at ...
... you're walking uphill, sometimes downhill. Sometimes you're walking across boulders and stones, sometimes you're cutting through people's front yards or even across their front door. Sometimes you're walking through farmland, sometimes you're walking through a string of shops and restaurants. Sometimes you're walking through misty pine forests, sometimes you're walking along a ridge with views down into the valley.
I like saying that its easy ...
... that it was a Sunday. We had lost track of days and dates. It suddenly dawned on us that Rattan was spending his precious day off taking us around when he ought to have been home with his family. We felt very bad about it and apologised profusely for dragging him out. Not at all, he replied graciously, he was enjoying the picnic [his words] as much as we were and he was very pleased to meet us. What could we do!
Back at Sundla, ...
... But there it was, grief unleashed and uncontrollable.
Saint Jesus and Saint Sigfried, both at one now with the divine.
Rosina couldn't understand why I was crying again.
She pointed out, as previously, that I had only known him a short time.
But I was in love.
Is this unhealthy? Am I obsessed? So many days have passed now.
All through the Easter service my tears fell.
The Indian priest said very little but others went forward to speak, some ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet