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... it's been a long time since girl guides and I don't exactly remember!) :-/ Anyhoo.......while you still have that great picture of me in your mind......here's a little story for you but......I honestly thought.....maybe I should just keep this My little secret....but alas I figure it's worth sharing as you'll all get a chuckle.
We'll here goes.... You know how I mentioned we all took naps right? WELL.....right ...
... t find something interesting to eat here then I would be surprised - Indian, Greek, Japanese, sweets, Soups, Sandwiches to name a few. We settled on soup from The Soup Meister. It was beautiful - a Manhattan Clam Chowder. In the florist they had these multicoloured roses. Never seen these before.
Saturday 20 December
Still raining today so we rugged up and went for a walk around Princess Park. The streams were flowing strongly due to the recent rainy days ...
... friends. And I’ll admit, it has been hard. It’s made me want to crawl back to safety, comfort, and familiarity. It has brought challenges I didn’t plan or expect. It has brought a further awareness of my brokenness and need for grace. So the last several months have been a hard place, a whirlwind of uncertainty, and questioning. A lot of questioning and uncertainty.
But as I read this chapter of Jeremiah, bringing my mind to a place of presence and ...
... mayor decides to use helicopters to shuttle people or wants to build a tunnel that will connect with Rochester- who knows.
We are staying in a hotel close to Koreatown in Vancouver. Melanie is working so Joanne and I decided to have a rest to adjust to the time change before we connected with her. We were just nodding off when there was a tremendous bang and crash and our whole room shook- an earthquake? A bomb? A terrorist attack? Those damn ...
... about 10 minutes we freaked out and caught cabs despite the fact we didn't have a specific time we needed to be at the rental store. We did the math later and realized the cost of cabbing with full cabs, when split, was probably less expensive than the buses. Horia being Horia decided to run/sprint to the rental store alone with minimal knowledge of the city, somehow he met us there just in time.