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... road by the jail. This event was not in our itinerary and it was nice of our tour company ( Natural Habitat) to make sure we could see it once they learned it was going to happen.
After these optional excursions there was still time to visit the local post office (to get a Churchill polar bear passport stamp), hit a few more gift shops and visit a small museum dedicated to the Eskimo culture. After lunch at a local restaurant we headed back to the Churchill airport for our ...
... travelling by train, basically choosing not to be herded into ever decreasing spaces on planes or having food served to them in tiny spaces on plastic trays with plastic cutlery. The funny thing is, once you are "of a certain age", other travellers no longer ask "what do you do"? (Which is certainly traditional in the US). They now ask if you have kids, & if so, "what do they do"? We seem to have sat opposite to 6 different ...
The waitress who served me the delicious cherry cheesecake in Baked Expectations in Winnipeg told me her mum was from England and had come over with a friend of hers as a war bride. The friend was going to Halifax and my waitress' mum was coming to Winnipeg. After looking at a map together they agreed to meet in Toronto (being the halfway point) for tea every Sunday. After two days on the train and with no sign of Winnipeg mum starts to think something's ...
... AND REGARDLESS OF ONE'S FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING DELUSIONS, THE PERSON'S EMOTIONAL RESPONSES ARE UNEQUIVOCALLY REAL, WORTHY OF RESPECT, EXPLORATION, AND WORKING THROUGH." In the next few weeks I will share from a level of the deep work that needs to take place in letting go. There are five parts outlined along the route from Godly Sorrow to Repentance. That is refreshing, helpful, and just the beginning of a few journeys this heart must make. ****************. The Beginning. I woke ...
... busy, we had to sneak Jeff into the Elite Plus lineup as the regular lineup was nearly out the door. The plane was very crowed again and it made for an uncomfortable ride for both Marshall and I. Upon arrival in Winnipeg everything went well until Marshall and I reached the last security check where we were asked to step aside and go for further screening.... this was very scary and ...
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