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... the signs for them but had no idea what they were...then a few strolled along the side of the road...interesting creatures.
As I started to see signs for Revelstoke, I decided I should stop in and see Frankie while I had the chance. Danielle's little (but strangely but strangely all grown up) bother lives there and leads a very interesting life. A few third party texts via Danielle and Frankie met me on ...
... sinking. I love that! There's grace to try, to risk, to experiment, to love, to fail. For God has not given us a spirit that makes us a slave again to fear, but he has given us a spirit of Sonship! Woop woop! That means we're not supposed to keep coming back to those paralyzing fears, those things that stump us. We're free to be sons and daughters of God, free to truly live and to be. So I'm figuring out what that looks like. And I feel like ...
... Michael is minding Kai, and the two of them are involved in an intense battle of X-Box Skylanders. My job is to be the Runner! As explained to me, this is a very important job that involves keeping out of the way, but remaining on call in case something needs to be fetched from home – ah, now I understand how we get the boiling water to the hospital.
Surprisingly, everything progresses without the need ...
There are some advantages to visiting the same place often – like having Bob the border guard greet us by name as he glances at our passports and tells me that his cold is now much better - or knowing that it's only thirteen metres from the arrivals gate door to the nearest Tim Horton’s coffee counter. We are, however, noticing a few changes since our last visit. Many of the craggy mountains ...
... We learned that the awning’s colour told us the type of things sold (yellow meant air-dried food, green for a bakery etc) and that there are still 3 Chinese language newspapers in Vancouver.
We also saw the worlds narrowest house – 4ft 6 inches wide except at the top where bay windows make it 6 feet. The original owner had land confiscated for redevelopment – his protest was to build on the small piece of land remaining.
We heard ...
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