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... me an apple as a gift! The local chinese people in this poor area are so amazingly kind and friendly!
So it seems i just have to go and pack my bag and get ready for the adventure of a bus trip to the airport tomorrow (about 2 hours) and then the long haul home by Monday. Looking forward to downloading all my photos and sharing them with you soon. xx
... they are all so friendly and mostly happy at school so thats the most important thing. We have done as much training as we could and the staff have been receptive to all the information. It is a shame we have to go already - we might have to come back soon! The director and school principal are a great team and very caring for the children. Hopefully 4 more babies will start at the school on ...
Hi All, It has been a busy few days here! We have been working with many beautiful children who welcome us with big smiles and strong hand grips - they dont want to let you go! There are 86 children here attending the school with 48 from Eagles Wings Homes (also funded by COAT the Australian Charity). There are also children who live in the Orphanage and come up to the school each ...
... classy...and we get along just fine. She is from Westerly Rhode Island and teaches English for 11 graders at their local high school.
The breakfast at the Waterfall Hotel ROCKS..they have western food like coffee, eggs, toast, yogurt, granola, juice....we were all doing a big dance because the food is very good....(the food was terrible in Fuzhou). During our trip, 3 meals per day, 5 star hotels, flights, transfers, and ...
... give, as her apples, branches, and trunk are gone and only a stump remains. But the boy wants only "a quiet place to sit and rest," which the stump can provide. This final stage of giving, and the entire story, end with the sentence "And the tree was happy."
This book has many interpretations and the way I interpret the relationship between the boy and the tree is one of friendship. As you grow up and ...