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... advisory regarding a potential volcanic eruption may effect the aviation industry. Most of you remember a similar 2010 incident that shut down airspace in the United Kingdom and Europe for six days affecting over 100,1000 travellers and costing the industry over 1.9 billion dollars. Since that morning Bonnie's ability to fret has experienced a volcanic ride.
I use only one of the standard definitions of the ...
... in Colombia. Someone just came into their house one day and shot them
“Did they tell you that themselves?”
“No, a friend of a friend told me. It’s true. The people down there are
all lawless Indians. There’s no law. Killing people for drugs and taking drugs.
The whole thing is drugs.”
“Yes,” his wife butted in, “they just have no limits. ...
... help of her family (they did find a wheelchair for her). I saw a 12 month old baby who weighed about the same as a 3-4 month old. She has lost both of her parents to HIV and was living with her grandmother. She was having difficulty gaining weight as she couldn't tolerate the baby formula. She was bright eyed and very developmentally appropriate for a 12 month old- just really really tiny. I fell in love with her immediately. We spent the afternoon at ...
... door, settled down and went for a super shiok (awesome) Italian feast at Portofino. Finally I am dining in a restaurant that I've been passing by and peeping through the window (4 months ago) at what other people is eating. I've never had a more satisfying meal.
Even though this meet up and holiday is filled with obstacles, we managed them fine and we still had our fun. Well, you tend to appreciate things that are harder to get.
... and eat some turkey. It would be nice, but like I said, our bed is calling us (we're now so close I can hear it). We quickly drop off and empty the trailer at Randy's shop before heading home. I have plenty of laundry to deal with, and an empty fridge, but that can all wait until tomorrow (Oh how I love long weekends). We pull into the driveway, and as I walk through the door, I think of a line from one of my all-time favourite movies "There's no place like ...