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... my fear for her safety results in her experiencing
pain from me, a lesson that is the exact opposite of the one I really
want to teach—which is that my fear for her safety means I will protect
her at all costs. Showing your child that you are scared when she darts
into the street—and calling it by its name—means that you are choosing
to live with her in that moment. Both of your neurological systems are ...
My oma has a two-storey house. People in the Netherlands don't have basements. They have attics! My mom, sister Claire and I sleep in the attic. That's also the place where people usually have their furnace and washer and dryer.
I'm up super early because my body still thinks it's in Winnipeg... it's 2AM here though... I read a little bit and fall asleep again at 6AM. I have a jet-lag!
I brought my Christmas ornament all the way here! it didn't break... my oma is so happy with ...
... was a very sweet, caring friend with a big heart and lots of laughter. Strong-willed though and always aiming for perfection. We had many a BBQ or pizza night in Huizen (somehow we almost always ended up there rather than in Amsterdam) of which I now cherish fond memories. We also had many discussions about our boys Kevin en Derk, who were, at some point, both struggling at school and have both now grown into sweet almost-men.
When I switched jobs and became ...
... explained them to be more conservative where Amsterdam are the socialist liberals. I was impressed he knew what a redneck was! Funny eyebrows, err, I mean guy.
Mindfulness Moment: It is rainy but not too chilly out, the rain sounds so pretty as it is constant and soft. It makes the house smell fresh and wet, since the humidity is instantly intensified. Looking outside, the greens seem a little greener ...
... We finished our beer and rode through downtown Bussum before going home. This has been the best part so far, mostly because we were doing as the locals would do and it was definitely something I could see myself doing longer term!
Mindfulness Moment: On the way home, I rode my bike without hands and closed my eyes (don't worry, it was a local street with no cars coming!). The bikes sound so neat on ...