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... during our trip to Bali would be while we work!
We haven’t had much time off at all since we got on the boat a week ago but we did manage to sneak away one evening to treat ourselves to the most delicious sushi!
... said in order to manauvere into the wave. I ducked under swimming beneath it. I came up. Then realized I’d need to swim into the shore without a board.
My mom put me in swimming lessons when I was a kid. I can swim 1.5km no problem. I got fish descendants in my family tree. Their blood a part of me. I’m not afraid. I can do this.
And so I did. I swam a few strokes, checked behind for incoming sets and swam harder. Check. Swim. Check. Swim. I ...
This afternoon I will put down some miles on the road. I’ve been slacking. My university wrestling coach wants pictures from the marathon and yeah, he’s announced the endeavor to the SFU Wrestling Alumni Community. Pressure. Can’t falter. Must succeed.
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... and too many shades of the same hair colour. I’d eventually get so lost in my own lust that any form of love I once had was shattered and erased."
“So why don’t you still engage in that activity?” She took notes as she asked that question. It was her duty as his therapist.
“I’m trying to be a better person. Trying to heal on my own.” He said.
“You know ...
Today we had a ceremony at our house. We have a temple in the court yard where daily offerings are placed. In one of the latest storms the old temple got smashed up and blown away so we were getting a new one. We wore saris and traditional Balinese head dress. Gede (the house caretaker), his wife Elu (the prembantu-cleaner), their son, a woman who led the ceremony (I think she might be some kind of priestess), a jack of all trades guy who installed ...