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... do this and be here. So, to _all of you in Europe - I think of you daily and hope you're enjoying as well. Best wishes to all of you. Christian in the United States of America, California, Pleasant Hills. Ps: The house smells just like aunt Heidi's! What a surprise! Pps: Thank you, Helene, for all the English lessons! (To all of you, conversing in English in the US is a whole different story than doing so in the class ...
... the weight that might have been on their chest for years.
The one thing that everyone I have spoken to has in common is hope.
They hope to cleans themselves of their regretful pasts, but not forget it.
They hope to turn their love to make people laugh into a career.
They hope to save the one thing in their lives that matters to them, love.
They hope to strike it rich on the stock market with Ethanol.
... dinner, but I was really hot and wanted to go home and take a shower. It could also be that the time difference was catching up with me.
I am still kicking myself for not staying to meet Debbie, Jimmy's wife. I really enjoyed being with my only first cousins on this side of the sod. I feel weird being the only girl left. Fortunately, I feel Tina around whenever Patrick and I get together.
... congrats to Meg!!!
Then the last minute errands started. First, a run to drop off the recycling, then to get the now- wrapped presents out in the mail, and then to target.
With the clock counting down to the last fifty minutes of our time in Modesto today, J went on a landscaping mad dash and mowed the lawn an watered the plants within half an hour. Then,
It was time to clear the fridge.
... astounding. The rocks themselves were a mixture of white, grey, black and rust - sometimes in stripes, other times in patterns with no specific order but astoundingly beautiful. The largest cave was a dream - there were stalagmites and stalactites in an array of grey, white, rust and turquoise. The shapes also were varied. I was smitten! Can't wait to explore more! We saw remarkably few birds, the most common being the cliff dweller types such as swifts and seal ...