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Good morning Dad! So, today we woke up and had breakfast. Another friend was joining us so we went into Lara's room. We had bread rolls with spreads and sandwich fillings. Awesome. I love german bread, it's always so fresh and tasty. Even if the crust is hard, it's always soft on the inside. They're baguettes were better than the ones I had in France! I had cheese, tomatoes and cucumber. I had maybe 3 savoury rolls then had a sweet one. White chocolate with ...
... South African and Afrikaans. She's cool but also passionate about what she does. Her and Karo study special education. Their english is good. Eventually we got tired and slept. Lord, thank you for today. Thank you for days where you can let your hair down and relax. Thank you for friends and their differences. Thank you for common ground despite different cultures. Thank you for language and knowledge. Thank you for your protection. ...
Good morning Lord! So this morning, we packed our bags and showered. Thank you Lord for toiletries and towels. I didn't have to use mine. I've run out pretty much anyways. Simon came down to get us and we went up to his place for breakfast. I ate the same stuff. I really enjoy the german spreads. It's very filing and tasty. It's like fleshspeil I'm not convinced that how it's actually spelt but it looks like that. Anna had ...
... Everybody had a turn throwing in a flower and some soil and then it was pretty much finished.
After the burial, we drove to a church hall for coffee and cake and I got the chance to talk to a few different people which was nice. Then it was driving back to the house where there was more coffee and cake and a chance to show the kids a few things on the keyboard. It was a really relaxed day and although the atmosphere was sad, it was more like acceptance than anger. ...
Guten morgan Vater! So, today we slept in till 11am. Nadzha was out cold. I floated in and out of conscience. While we were sleeping, a few people tried knocking on the door. I kept ignoring them, Simon had advised us to put a sign on the door to advise that we were sleeping. My understanding was, if a sign was there, then it meant we were sleeping. I guess not. So I went to open the blinds, when I saw Simon outside the backyard that was a surprise. He apparently was ...
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