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... Gump is in love with the waffle machine. It is now 10:30 AM and I am enjoying having the room to myself, reading today's Winnipeg Free Press and watching the pre-game NFL chatter. Gump is driving around the are, looking for a Catholic Church and a Sunday service. In an hour my godson Steve will be by for a lunch and conversation. I am guessing it has been 4 years since we got together; very excited to see him! The sun is shining. It is going to be a great ...
... chapters. Unfortunately this was the plan of 3 other girls, so I wasn't alone like I had planned but it was actually really lovely to have my friends next to me and I did get some good work done. After a couple hours in the café, all us girls met up and got gelato from down the street. It was fun! I have learned that French people can make stellar pizza, gelato, perogies and pasta so i think they might secretly be Italian, which is wonderful for my inner Italian soul. I ...
... the same time, the woman noticed that the content and stories were consistent over the past several years. Facts, dates and details were correct and events sited had basis, but In his stories, there was an ever widening circle of friends with benefits. The man held his belief that all of what he was telling the woman takes place regularly in both his own life and his wife's. On the one occasion that the woman shared the content of his stories with the mans wife, she became angry and ...
... including us as we walked the short distances between the main attractions. Venturing out was worth it though as we explored the Forks Historical site and market place. Delicious food, interesting history and great company made for an enjoyable stroll despite the temperatures. We also ventured to the Manitoba Museum to learn a little more about the Canadian Indians and the Hudson Bay Company. The museum was huge!!!!! It even contained a ship that had been restored and ...
... joined the train of course. The train manager was replaced by a comedic musician, Fabian (YouTube VIA RAIL SINGING WAITER to see him perform!), whose safety briefing included instructions on breaking the window. "You take this little hammer and smack it on the window. The window will shatter but will stay in place so you need to give it a karate kick like this [cut to him doing his best karate kick move in the aisle, "hi-yaaah!!"]. But if we have to escape ...
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