I would agree about drinking water while you are in a foreign country. When I visited India in 1989, I drank bottled water through the whole trip. They had bottled Mango juice and bottled soda. In the hotel they have a variety of drinks. The local people drank the water without harm.
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I was wondering how you are doing? I will love to hear how you are doing. We are keeping you in our prayers. You have support here, and remember God loves you. He will lead you every moment of the day.
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You are welcome! One thing to remember about violence is it is THEM - not you. It will never change because that is who they are. The only person changing is you. I also agree about quick solutions to the problem. Usually it takes a long time before you leave the marriage...
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I think she is right about us holding on to what is familiar. Even if it hurts us we stay. I am a Christian, and I always ask God for help with my life. I believe in a God in heaven that loves us and you. Right where you are. He knows everything about you. He loves you so...
I was in a family with an abusive father. After 17 years of hitting my mother he never changed. You need to leave right away, and take care of yourself. I know you are afraid, but you can have a happy life away from him. You don't need him. You need to be strong.
Thanks for the welcome. It's great to be here again. I have been busy with my family, they are in school. I have 5 daughters and they keep me busy. What are you all up to lately? I would love to hear about you.
I haven't traveled to this airport before. But is well know to be one of the worst to travel in. I don't know if the showers are available there. I have heard it is the worst airport to go through. Do you think this is true?
What a sight with a family in front of you. I know what you mean about constant distractions. It's always changing too. Loud, diesel smelling trucks with little children in their path. They won't move in front of the road. So the beeping continues.
First of all I love your Name TRULYMADLYDEEPLY! Driving in Tunisia may be a little bit of an experience. I went to India in 1989, and the driving there was so crazy. THere is no way to decribe it. There were diesel trucks right next to children, and people walking , next to people on bikes...
I was trying to find you a better deal for the week of October that you're renting a car for. This is a quote from Avis.
here's another one to look at:
You guys are getting better deals now. Western Union is very high for transfers. I never use them. It sounds like you did better with the Tunisian banks for the money transfer. My forrmer employer used German banks for their money.