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It was a pretty hectic day. At 9 the assembly started. At the end Ms MacDonald thanked us for helping at the school and we had to come up front to receive an envelope. It had a card in it from the teachers and a starfish necklace. Really nice.
Then in between recess and lunch I had half an hour to go to Ms Clarke's class again. They sat in a circle and I could sit on the chair. They all got a turn to say something or ask ...
... After lunch we took a leisurely 8 km walk around from Fisherman's Wharf to Ogden Point where the Cruise ships dock, then on to the sea shore (black pebbled 'sand') and onto Beacon Hill Park. This is a lovely public park, left very much in its natural state with lovely streams and ponds in various locations. We have noticed a few free roaming creatures including deer and squirrel. I am sure the squirrel enjoyed posing for the ...
... suits. Ha they were so funny, I felt like the Michelin Man in mine (it's all insulated plus has your life jacket incorporated into it as well) and it was so hard to move once it was on. To look sideways at Ben I had to shuffle my whole body around in my seat, I couldn't just turn my head, ha so funny!!! BUT once we got out on the water it was rainy and freezing which made me grateful for being kitted up! Our boat was pretty cool, it was a zodiac and supposedly the fastest whale ...
... I never forget this exchange overheard between sisters one morning in early September and followed by a heart-warming hug.
"I gonna miss you today, Sophia."
"I know, Meredith, I'll miss you too. But I'll see you tonight and you can tell me all about what you did today at Allyson's."
We had a lovely August together before the madness began. First, our upstairs neighbours in Switzerland (Jean-Christophe, Marguerite and their 14-year-old son, ...
... it was as good a place as any to hang out while we waited to pick up our car rental.
Prior to the trip home from Taiwan, while planning our post-cruise activities, I had been repeatedly informed that it was not possible to rent a car in the States and drop it off in Canada. After meeting a variety of bureaucratic roadblocks, and with our hopes fading, we had decided to employ the skills of Cathy’s resourceful, dogged and determined sister. It ...
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