Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown
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... injustices as my pain grew from what felt like blow after blow of absence and loss. Like David,I have cheated, lied, partaken in drunkenness, causing the death of precious relationships. There are 4 Psalms where David expresses Godly Sorrow in great and beautiful depth. Many of his emotions and thoughts match my own. I hold each of these psalms dear, and will quote a few expressions penned so very long ago. Ps. 6:6,7. 32:3-5. 38:3-8. Ch 51 WEARY WITH MY GROANING-TEARS-EYES WASTING ...
... flops lol. There was nothing important (except shoes) in the bag so we didn't care but it will be delived to us in a couple days.
We met both of our parents at the airport and Paul mom had brought his shoes and my boots that we had left at their house so that was great, along with our winter jackets! We bundled up for the first time in 2 months and went for dinner then drove home and met our lovely cats which we had miss, and they sure had missed us. So cuddily!
... up to his office, in which he has no windows, poor guy! I'm not going to complain too loudly about my paperwork load either, after seeing what he has to deal with. We dashed outside to the car, and I'd mentioned earlier to Hugh that I'd like to get a photo of the amazing reindeer sculpture rising up out of the ground near the front. It was minus 39 degrees, and on the windiest corner in Manitoba, good old Portage and Main, so freezing cold I was expecting my camera ...
... It was that kind of casual "drop in when you can" vibe, which is how I'd planned it, because that allows everyone to be flexible at a busy time of year. Barb Hum snuck downstairs a bit earlier and was an angel, helping clean up before we knew what she was up to. Others jumped in and helped toward the end, and I was grateful, because it saved me hours of work otherwise. There was so much cake, chocolate, snacks and soda left over, but thankfully nothing that couldn't be either frozen ...
... impressed with the accommodation. It was renovated recently and done in a 1950s retro style. Very comfortable and had a free wine happy hour between 5.30 and 7.00pm. Mick had redeemed himself after the poor choice of hotel in Anchorage. Lunch this day was at the Seattle equivalent of Doyle's in Sydney, Ivor's Seafood Restaurant. Maria had the chowder tasting lunch with 3 different soups. We then checked out Pike's Fish Market and then to the EMP Museum. The museum ...
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