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Hey there friends...It has been a busy few days and there will be no let up for a couple more. I have much to write, but not enough time! But I didn't want to vanish without explanation.

Paul and the team are back from Mishkeegogamang. I am thankful to again have the company of my best friend and husband of 43 years (even though a day late for our anniversary on August 23.)

Stay tuned! :) 


Anonymous said…
Glad you are ok. I must admit - I did chuckle at your post. So much for the new schedule, eh? Ha ha...girl after my heart!!! Hope the hubbies' short term misson was a success - eternally.
Belinda said…
Ha ha! Yes, life does overtake schedules. :)

The mission---well, I am getting bits and pieces out of him a little at a time, but I did download the hundreds of photos he took, onto my laptop so that I could see all that they did. They are so beautiful. The peace and beauty up there is incredible.

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