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... how to jump rope (and it really only took an hour…). Then I watched as he taught Nhyenne saying, “That’s it! Good girl! I love how hard you’re trying!”
He says: My child, I know you have been disappointed, like that time the boys just would NOT stop talking so you could dismiss them. I know you have been sad, like that time that little boy died, just too soon before you found him another home. I know you have been ...
... me I look pretty, when I feel a mess. And there’s dirt on the seat of my pants.
For telling me “Don’t worry Miss”
For holding my hand, and waving hello, and quick embraces and knock-over hugs, and kisses.
And being my supporters. My cheerleaders. My protectors. My teachers. My nurses. My grandmas and grandpas and aunts and uncles. My babies. My friends.
At sea today and this means, stretch , lectures and a lot of doing nothing. We managed to do that very well. After stretch and then breakfast we went to another lecture by Colonel Bauer about the presidents, REGAN, BUSH, CLINTON, OBANA AND L.B.J. I was only able to listen to the first half hour as I had an appointment for an back and neck massage, Much needed by ...
... that is. I kindly offered to get in the back and
let Erin have the front seat which I almost immediately regretted
when three more hefty Jamaican climbed in with me. The car had done
275,000 miles, had no working dials or speedometer and had all all
the power of a clean Lance Armstrong yet the taxi driver insisted on
overtaking everything in his way whilst texting on one phone and
... on his own. Later in the day he was walking on the treadmill with a grin on his face the whole time. He didn't tire out either. He kept working hard the whole day. He wanted to do more and more. He even finished the day with wall squats. I was so impressed. I realized today that it's going to be hard to leave.
Cannon had a great day too. He was teaching me patois (Jamaican slang) the whole day. I think he was more interested in that ...