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... room watching the baby lying on a sort of play mat with mirrors, mobiles, and music. Maybe I'll take a photo of that later on. He's an adorable little pumpkin of a baby!
My other sister will be taking me to see Mum later on, and then we'll eat dinner here at my brother's place with his family.
Have a good day, everyone! I hope to listen in to tonight's Bible Study, but it will depend on a good connection here, among other things.
... what was in the boxes. But that's fine with me.
2. The highway code is not a
Traffic is crazy in SE Asia. I
would know, considering I got hit by a motorcycle while crossing at a
pedestrian crossing in the relative sanity of Penang, Malaysia. In Vietnam, the
key is to simply walk in front of traffic, maintain a steady pace and ideally
don't look to see what traffic is coming. The bikes will swerve around you. But
on the sleepier roads ...
... land, expatriated but unable to vote in determining this country’s future. 16 year olds, the homeless and if they had got their way the prison population all can exercise their mandate but to the global Scottish diaspora the message is clear……just bugger off. By midnight tonight we will have an answer to the question…..”where dost goeth thee Scotland?” As Canadians we can but hope that the outcome does not embolden the ...
... caddies for the day too. We were quite surprised at the size of St Andrews town and spent a good few hours walking the streets, visiting the old Castle and Cathedral. We also forgot that this is home to the University (where Kate and Wills met) and a bustling little hospitality hub. Emma, Ryan and Claire drove up and we all had lunch together on the Main Street. We then headed back towards Dundee and headed up the Dundee Law (hill) where we ...
... and walked –just soaking in the beauty. I paid careful attention to the route I took in the interest of ending up back at Donny and Jane’s in time for breakfast. I arrived at the charming town center with a traffic circle (I mean a roundabout) as the focus of a curious dichotomy. Modern double decker busses with larger than life pictures of movies stars appearing in the latest movies drove past The Singing Kettle, The Ironmonger, M.J. Dorward the ...