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... me in the stadium.
We hugged each other lost in the love of mother and daughter, best friends.
A month has passed since that amazing weekend. I feel a renewed sense of why I am here in Bermuda. With the arrival (finally) of the Ontario summer I have been sad about giving up my
entire summers at the cottage with my mother. Making summer memories with my Mum has been a driving force in my life the last 7 years. I think she understands why I ...
... in our community, Natalie. She fell in love with Cruise at their first meeting. Cruise was definitely a "ladies man". LOL
Last May Lara and I made a visit to Bermuda, and as you know from my previous 2 blog entries that trip paved the way for my return to the island. I knew this decision would further change our summer tradition.
It was also a difficult decision for me to make because of Cruise. I felt it ...
... br> I hope this trip will provide some closure for me. Maybe I will feel at peace at last and this will be the end to the Bermuda longing that persists. I know of course that I can’t go back but I pray it will heal the ache in my heart and tame the lump in my throat that so often creeps up when I wake up each morning and have had yet another dream about Bermuda, only to realize…..it was a dream and I am not there anymore and it is time to face ...
... resourcefulness, that my pajamas could function like longjohns if I need them. They’re very much like my silk longjohns from Lands End.
So I’m ready for anything. I do wish I had some gloves, because my hands do get cold. Maybe I’ll buy some in Normandy.
I just remembered I did a third thing. They have afternoon tea every day at 3. Most of the time it’s just normal tea, but occasionally ...
... in water less than 2m ( we draw 3.2m). Not only was the Sargasso Sea giving us a farewell kick in the poop deck but the welcome was designed to just pass the conch to a new sea monster who relished the prospect of getting the 3 kids up and seeing us run aground adding to the 500 wrecks already littering the treacherous reefs around Bermuda. Gill conducted a well mannered yet assertive conversation with Officer 138. (Yes we got on first name terms), politely ...