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Shabbat Shalom. This is Rabbi Michael Cahana, Congregation Beth Israel in Portland Oregon. It is Friday night; February it's Saturday morning, February 4th and we're about to begin out Shabbat morning service. During the service we will be celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Matthew Abrams. Our service will begin in just a moment.
Yep. One possibility is of finance and it's Shanky(?) Comedy from Malta. Somehow included within the street(?). So maybe it's the main method of transportation as supposed to this factory caravan or maybe something to add on almost a little bit like 20 20 in automobiles and that's it great lovely great fantastic.
Hi this is Lorenzo Ribbons(?). Period one on ___ doing a blog on the book of Farewell to Arms and it's in the book it starts out talking about how a person that he lives in a Caravan ordinary village and it's a bunch of soldiers passing by the house and it talks about the house kind of in the first chapter but it's kinda just plain and a bunch of soldiers marching outside of the windows and it just starts describing like seasons that are in the season it talks about and then talks about in the winter it's super rainy and 7000 soldiers died in Cholera and the year like it's like a little bit of time like the time
Ring Win ___ by Lucy Pearness(?). So far there's all connections between all quiet in his the Western Front yet. But I think it's been to ___. So in ___ 25, 26,27 and 28 it describes the journey of Esgana(?) the potter which is way back then in Western Bay to Sumeria some like, I just had ___ Caravan the people shared the stories ___ story and how a couple went to the High Priest and ask for them to have a baby. So ___ the story was ended hilarious. I don't wanna talk about it cos it's kinda dirty. So anyways ___ Esgana(?)
by One Man and his Guide Dog
Well just back from the Caravan. Krissie the guide dog trainer came all the way down to Northampton to help re routes there which are quite difficult in that there are no pavements and we needed to ensure that Izzy's traffic awareness and caution was not impaired by us walking towards moving cars. She was very interested in ducks, geese, swans, squirrels and of course anyone that came bye. With no landmarks for me to identify easily other than speed humps it was largely down to repeatedly going over the routes with Izzy and she then learned them pretty quickly. we erected a temporary spending pen which she ignored and got back to her old tricks of getting onto the settee which of course was our fault as we did not put any barriers up as at home so who's fault is it then? big test tomorrow re regular routes and going to Kings Cross so fingers crossed!
Hi, it's now 7 days to go before Izzy arrives and I'm getting very excited. I feel a little bit like grandparents or the parents of a newborn child cos I just come back from a shopping trip. Instead of buying booties and wondering which color of outfit to get a child I've just been out deciding on the size and color of a dog bed or dog beds in this case cos I need one for the caravan and one for home. I then been looking at fleeces and squeaky toys. I bought her an elephant and a duck. I'm not sure if that's right given that there's ducks down the caravan! So she has 2 toys that she can play with a bowl for food and drink, a bone and all sorts of things including something called a cigar and I've just spent over £100 on Izzy for her arrival. I've got the men coming from the local fencing company tomorrow to look at the options of building a pen for her to go and spend in in the garden on the driveway and I'll obviously see what they'll come up with tomorrow, but hopefully they'll have something before she arrives on September 4th. I haven't quite got to having pictures of her in my wallet yet but I think its only a matter of time, I've already got some pictures of her that are doing the rounds not just on the website but obviously I'm sending them via e-mail. So as you can gather I'm getting very excited, and very soppy about the prospect of getting a dog. She's now got a bed, a fleece, toys, her bowls, got her drinking bowls and eating bowls and ones I can carry around with me that are light for me to carry. I think I'm all set I'll let people know what will happen after the pen builders have been and Izzy should be with me Saturday 4th.