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... at home – weddings, graduations, house repairs - and we send our best wishes to all of you involved with these events. A special shout-out to Tami who has just finished a grueling winter and spring of chemo. Still radiation to go, but the end is in sight. She has shown courage and determination during this unpleasant journey, reflecting the strong and positive women who we know and love.
Till next time,
Helen & ...
Happy Victoria Day weekend! It finally sounds like spring has arrived: some warm weather, the ferry is open and the lobster season started – all good things! We've entered the wet season here, but it hasn’t caused us too much grief yet. The thunder and lightning storms are spectacular and can last for hours. If you’re out in one of those, there’s no way to stay dry – it’s a deluge of rain. We tried to get to the ...
... but, he just kept to the middle of the street, so the car went up on the curb to get passed him! Always interesting…
We said our good-byes to our last visitors, John and Tara, today. I went down to Hong Kong to meet their flight from Shanghai Wednesday evening and we had a brief tour of the city before coming back to Dongguan on Thursday. It was so very wonderful to see them! Nine months is the longest length ...
... gift to me was to put me in charge of the parachute event. By noon I was reduced to a puddle of sweat with sore arms and legs for 2 days, but the kids had fun! Tim and the committee did a stellar job with the organization.
Easter (only celebrated by the Brazilians and Christian Koreans) coincided with the Tomb Sweeper’s Holiday in China where people pay respect at their ancestors’ grave sites and we had a couple of days off during S & ...
... my plans after school is over. I finish on the 15th July and I have a visa until the beginning of August. I want to get a tourist visa and I have to do that from Hong Kong, which is so close to where I am - so I'll hang around the area for a week or so, maybe travel further away for a few days at a time, and then head to Hong Kong and attempt to get a visa. There's no guarantee that I'll be able to as I won't have proof of a flight out of China (since I'm going ...