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... date of the Hajj changes from year to year. Ihram
is the name given to the special spiritual state in which pilgrims wear
two white sheets of unstitched cloth and abstain from ...
... and and the blog I did in Ottawa over that amazing summer of 2011. I can often be found writing this project in busy airports, on shaky airplanes, in coffee shops and in the confines of my villa. I'd like to thank my great friends who have given me excellent bases for the characters within. I hope you enjoy it and at the very least find it mildly entertaining.
Thanks as Always,
General Lally's Story Continued
... Reading and exercising. Tony and his clan are coming to Jeddah at the start and then a few days in the guys in Ottawa and a few the world over and I are having a day of games. So there you have it. Sick in body but strong in mind I guess. How else would I have been able to survive two years in the place as I find myself now in. I plan to read this blog as I age. Perhaps when I’m 70 or 80 and think about the ride I was on.
Thanks for Reading ...
... longer be handed defeat by some college senior from Northern Montana University. No I would be on the same level as the rest of the competitors. My first match was against a long time rival from Saskatchewan. I had beaten him several times over the year. He was a big, mean and strong kid. I ended up pinning him after he tried to throw me. I had three more matches to get into the semi finals. In my last national championship I was 5th. This year I wanted to win. A rival ...
... no smile from Mr. Obitensi. Only silence.
“I am Kako Kim.” She holds out her hand. P takes it. Her grip is firm. He sizes her up as alpha female. He’s right. “This is Jinho Lee. He is Mr. Obitensi’s chief financial officer.” The other man holds out his hand silently. P shakes it. He’s the number two.
“Mr. Obitensi wishes to conduct pleasure first before business.” She states more than asks.