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... red faced, sweating and grinning from ear to ear. Georgia and Ash went on one where they bounced and climbed up to a tall slide. Ash was gun-ho about climbing up but then wasn’t so sure when he got to the top, thankfully little Mommy Georgia came to the rescue putting him in her "laps" to get him down.
After a quick swim they kids were more than ready for bed while Mum and Dad packed ...
All the kids wanted to do today was swim! It was a bit hotter today so we were happy to oblige.
We finally managed to get the three boys kitted out for the wedding, they are going to look quite dashing if I do say so myself :)
We went to a local park too to meet up with an old friend. Emma used to look after her kids when they were brand new (they are now teenagers, nearly adults!!!) Holly had her dog with her which was a big ...
... living standard.
With that in mind, if there’s anything that we learned on the trip, it’s that you don’t need much to feel happy. Food, shelter, clothing and companionship are essential but beyond that everything else is a nice-to-have but not a need-to-have. When we came back and relocated to Sacramento (where we’ll be for this year during Edie’s Fellowship), we found ourselves making large ...
... v 9 h ráno a vyrazil na stopa. Stál jsem nejdříve hned za centrem města na jedné z ulic, co směřovaly na výpadovku na dálnice. Ne zrovna šťastné místo, ale jinde to prostě v tuto chvíli nešlo. Zejména proto jsem si zde docela počekal. Nakonec mě vyzvedl jeden postarší pán, a vyhodil mě o 5 kilometrů dál na přivaděči na dálnici. Celou dobu mě nepřestával poučovat, jak a kde mám ...
... around into a few of the shops, the chocolate shop, toy store, candy store, taffy store and decide to leave before we buy too many more Lollies and require dentist visits. We walk along the old railroad jumping over the sleepers and cross the freeway to head down Capitol Mall. We can tell we've arrived in the political and financial heart of the city. Immaculate tree lined street, beautiful buildings, spotless footpaths all leading to the Capitol. ...