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... activities and have leadership skills, able to speak English well, writing and conversation, as well as physically and mentally healthy.
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I’m still thinking about what I actually want to become, after I have finished my high school. But what I do know for sure is that I want to make you proud.
I want to become a successful woman just as how people will remember you.
Furthermore did I want to let you know that you were the best mother you could have been
for us. I couldn’t have dreamt of a better mom. Therefore I forgive you for all the times you have grounded ...
... safest prostitution in the world. You go to a cafe for coffee, you go to a coffee shop to smoke weed or get mushrooms, and you go to a pub/ bar for alcohol. Once we got to Amsterdam and checked in at the hotel we all went to the red light district. In the red light district, we saw skinny street where the women are in the windows. Bull dogs is the oldest original coffee shop. The houses in the red light district have decorative gables at the top that would ...
... shops. Wonderful to have the time to leisurely browse and enjoy all the differences and variety. I went back to The Dom today - when I think of the word grandeur now I will be recalling this beautiful building. It's goosebump stuff. Another thing I wanted to tick off was trying Dutch Apple cake so that was my late lunch with an espresso at 3pm (€5.70). Just as sensational as I had thought ...
... 6 things faded as grade 6 was split in grade 6A and grade 6B. The kids with the clever brains were in grade 6A and the others (or rather the ones who became clever later) were in 6B. Ted was a destined for 6A, which was right as he continued his education on a university level later. I praised myself lucky as class 6 A was run by the headmaster/tyrant and 6B by the same, very popular teacher we had endured in grade 5.