Nine Years Later
A gorgeous day, our shelter kids/pets enjoyed the water rides, rolling in the sand, running, picking veggies, chasing the backyard animals. Just being outdoors. They will soon be heading to their respective adoptive families, ours was a temporary stop. We are fortunate to have such massive massive spacious home and acres and acres of land teeming with all sorts of veggies, gardens, animals
Despite our own growing family and hectic schedule, my husband didn't think twice about opening our home to strangers in need. His heart is as big/generous as his muscles and towering height, hell he's absolutely hot looking even when he snores, don't even ask when he's naked in the shower
I struggled a bit with my French language lesson, my hobby's in talks about expansion. Wherever we go, I learn about the culture and some conversational language.
We'll be back in the States soon after France. Then, hop on back to Southeast Asia. I cannot deny it's one of the most enjoyable and hassle free flying with my hobby-- having a solar private jet with a king size bed, shower, a relaxing spa. Well sort of private, it's mostly lent to medical missions and lay missioners for supplies and staff. The point of having so much blessings is really to share them, people's faces do light up like exploding fireworks when they hear of such offers.
This has become the norm now, as more and more communities travel and relocate to outer space.
When the baby Nino returns to its rightful place after the Sky Event, restoration, peace and progress rapidly ensued
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