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A lot closer to Campin than I had first imagined.

I'll take that as a compliment. :yep:

 

Although Campin's beard is much more glorious than my own. I get beard envy every time I see it.

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It's been awhile...not sure why it turned sideways...it was normal before uploading...

 

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Edit: nvm the sideways bit...when making the post, the preview had it sideway...

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Myself and my ball of joy :wub:

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She looks about 12... why don't you have a seat right over there, Cheryl.

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Myself and my ball of joy :wub:

But that's not the draft? :confuzzled:

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Word of advice. Best not to refer to your girl as a ball or anything round for that matter :D

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She looks about 12... why don't you have a seat right over there, Cheryl.

Cradle robber.

But that's not the draft? :confuzzled:

Draft is more a secret lover.

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I love Mt Hood! I was there last September for a few days

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Was feeling fresh after a visit to the barber.

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What school was she (or you) attending at Flint?

 

Nurse Practitioner for her Mother actually lol.

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Dmac, I got a question. I had a presentation from my school's diversity director guy about his trip to Haiti, and he talked about how the locals act different to black missionaries. Did you notice that at all on your trip?

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Dmac, I got a question. I had a presentation from my school's diversity director guy about his trip to Haiti, and he talked about how the locals act different to black missionaries. Did you notice that at all on your trip?

 

I did, it was pretty contradicting.

 

At first they ignore me, and rush towards the white people because they view me as a local, and, I feel bad saying this, but they assume I have nothing (in terms of money, possessions, etc) to give them, or that I am a local trying to exploit them. A lot of them also either just associate America with white people, or have never seen or touched a white person. Whereas they see blacks every day.

 

When they find out that I am from America, and am American myself, they listen to me and start treating me as though we are brothers. The children started flocking to me like crazy the second they found out I was born in America and was an American citizen.

 

If I can be completely honest, many of them out in villages (which tend to be much poorer then the city) have so many problems... They'll listen to the word of God, and they absorb it because it's a message of hope, but they also want to know what you can do for them.

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Well done man. Proud of the progress you’ve made. Keep it up!

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