Inn at St. Peter's Village
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... I need to set all my concerns and worries aside and make the most of this new adventure.
For anyone who doesn't know, I decided to volunteer in Perth, Australia for 2 months. I will be teaching english to child refugees who were relocated to Australia by the UN. After that, I'm going to travel a bit on my own and then with my sister to see Sydney, Bali, and Thailand. I'll be home on May 10th and I can't wait to see everyone when I get back:)
... needs of two senior dogs who have never done their business outside their own backyards ,even on frequent walks. These same two dogs have never been anywhere overnight except in the kennel owned by their groomer about 11 miles from home. Sincerely hoping that I will be pleasantly surprised with their reaction to traveling such a distance and so long a time ...
- I arrived without incident. Visited for a while. Enjoyed the nice weather until the storms came. A tree down the street broke in half!
- Jack is the newest member of the ABK's. Since he is only 7 months old he thinks the world is his personal chewy toy.
- I apologize to every one for my poor communication skills this past week. I must have had a dark cloud over my email send ...
I had to leave Orlando at 4.15am on Sunday morning and after not being able to sleep I finally drifted off at 2am - only for my alarm not to go off! I luckily woke at 4am and have never moved so fast! By some miracle I made it to by bus stop for my shuttle bus to the airport - which after 20mins of waiting I decided was not going to turn up! Just as thought my morning couldn't get any worse, a guy getting into a taxi offered to share his cab as he ...
... am use to it especially since I would make the trip with my dad every year to see my grandparents. Even so the 24 sometimes more hour trip is tiresome. It always makes me think of the first chapter of the book The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien. And yes, this book is about the Vietnam War but the first chapter talks about what the men carried from equipment to letters from home. And no, I am lugging a tent around with me ...