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BONSOIR A sad morning saying goodbye to our Europe travelling buddies, we had the best group of people,a very diverse group but all good fun. We are going to keep in touch with our friends from Wales Alan & Sue, Kim & Mike from Ohio, Di & Chris from the Gold Coast, our adopted grand daughters Meagan & Jaki from Sydney, Al & Ryan from Dubai, Maz,Matt,Zac & Tabitha from Sydney. Bob and I decided not to travel back to London on the ...
... Like the Juno Beach team, staff here live together in a home in town rented from the Centre. They run the gift shop and visitors' building, monitor security around the 107 hectare site which includes two cemeteries, answer questions, and help visitors. When we spoke with Annika she was on her way to transport some elderly veterans on their first visit to the memorial. It was moving to see the expressions on their faces as they later rode past us in her golf cart.
... like say good morning with
different parts of our bodies. The leader would shout out, “Say
good morning with your forehead!” and we had to go around the room
touching our forehead to another person's. It didn't stop there, they
eventually made it to, “Say good morning with your bum!” Yes,
your bum. Never have I thought I would greet someone by rubbing my
tush against theirs.......
Other mornings were
slightly less intrusive and we did ...
... 8220;open the package.” This morning also involved other straddling positions. Thank you to Skip for letting me try to
open hers hahaha… We all know my response to her trying to open mine..
-“Say hello with different body parts”: Yep. The butt was one of them.
-Leaning and pushing against each other while back to back. Also give the other person a massage.
There are others… I just can’t remember… These ...
... with the thought of going back as soon as possible. But real life caught up with me, as it tends to do, and school and work are keeping me in Belgium until the end of June.
I've been wanting to visit New York and New England for so long I can't really remember a time when I didn't want to. That sounds overstated partly because it is – I mean, I'm sure my six-year-old self had no real notion of the U.S. and very little interest in spending eight hours on ...