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... with the earth, with
the landscape can be a loving relationship. Just like us the earth longs for
such love and calls on us to love her. The earth in her love for us helps us
towards illumination and we can help her towards hers. That is the hidden
purpose of pilgrimage - the so called redemption of mankind and nature. The
raising of all to light, wherein light is the manifestation of love"
... about the A&E trip. So, crisis averted.
I've been on duty all morning with Will, and Natalie, Lauren, and Kate are here as well. The ADs were here for a bit, but they left to go plan something fun. Emma messaged in that the appendicitis boy is resting and that he is comfortable, if a little bored. The girl's initial bloodwork came back "inconclusive" so she is getting additional testing done. Hopefully that comes back soon, because ...
... as the entrance staircase to Hogwarts. And I got to walk on it. If only it were all real...
Afterwards, because I am craving it, I stopped in at the burrito shop that our group found a couple weeks ago. It really tries hard to be Mexican food but it cannot hold a candle. Most people back home laugh at the fact that I miss Mexican food. But they just can't get it right here because they are no where near Mexico. They have Indian, Thai, ...
... Christmas gifts (they spent Christmas day with Jane's family). We ordered a "curry" take away (Indian food) and enjoyed a nice meal together in their home.
December 28- I joined Ed for a half day at his office. He has an hour long commute, the first half through rolling countryside and various villages. The office is in a business center in the industrial town of Northhampton. I was introduced to a few of his colleagues as I sat in their ...
... look around, it was obvious that the kids didn't, so we left. Disappointing to me. Oh well. I'll have to go back. We got to the park and ride and waited a fair amount of time for the bus. It was raining a bit so, you think we would have dressed better, but some of didn't, much less bring umbrellas, which were in our room, keeping dry. We got into town, and had already decided on a take away lunch, and see if we could eat it on the boat ride ...
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