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... and a half child.
Next was the 'Wilde meets Vilde' statue, the latter an Estonian author. Didn't need the scariest members of the GOBS [German Old Bags Society] hogging it, knowing others are waiting to photograph same.
Walked up Raii to the KGB Museum 4. There was sufficient English plus other handouts to appreciate the exhibit, detailing the period from the last Soviet occupation through the dissidents.
I flew ...
... over and Mateusz was cleaning out my backpack, because all of the eggs that I had just bought were broken. Once again, I was beyond blessed to have a friend like him.
After about twenty minutes, the doctor came back and said that everything was okay. No broken bones, and nothing wrong with my head. She expected a great deal of swelling and bruising, but she said take pain killers and rest. So here I am, resting and drinking tea.
... for the weekend. We have rented a house and there is cross country skiing as well as snow tubing and a sauna. I'm really excited to try the tradition of the sauna then snow swimming?? I have no clue with to expect. But I'm sure it'll be a blast. I'm off to bed now though, still have some reading to do, then I'm attending Fitness +45 class in the morning. I'm really thankful for this opportunity to study here in Tartu. It really is a great place with some really awesome people. ...
... white is cheerful
54. For you it is totally normal to eat foodgone sour (hapupiim, hapukurk, hapukapsas, hapukoor)
55. A language should have at least 14 cases
56. You know the moves to the song "Põdra maja"
57. You consider “Õllepruulija” an unofficial national anthem
58. Everyone in your family has pictures from funerals
59. You are so proud of every Estonian that you correct foreigners who say that the population is 1 million, not 1.3 ...
... going on below the table. It started to really bug me that the kids were being so loud and eventually a smile appeared on my face and I just had to laugh. Craig would just carry on the conversation, grabbing a kid in one hand meanwhile, maintaining eye contact with us at the dinner table. Parents are multitaskers at heart.
Craig's wife, Reina, made delicious "American" tacos for us all. Reina is in the middle of ...