Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Yorkshire

Updated as promised!
I am sorry I am slacking on updating my blog. Home renovation just started so we are busy every night and day.

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This is three of us in front of York Minister.

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And this is a miniature of York Minister in front of the real thing :-)

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And then the huggeeee railway museum. The best part is it is FREE!

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Will update more on Castle Howard and Yorkshire countryside.

3 comments:

Aubrey said...

Hi Jess! I'm sorry I've missed so many of your posts...but I sat and read quite a bit. I love your pics..they all tell a story..that's when you know you're good! ;) I'm praying for you and your family.

An education that centers around Jesus Christ is the best education and reaps eternal rewards and payment!

Have a blessed week~Aubrey

J.H said...

Hi Aubrey,

I hope everything goes ok on your side. Notice that your kids gone back to school? I bet you must be busy... at the same time, busy-ness will make times flies quicker and before you know it your soldier will be HOME :-)

Yes, I agree with you. Jesus should be the centre of our life!
Nonetheless, it's always a parent dilema to provide the best of both worlds to our children. I know in UK parents tends to take education lightly, even complain to teacher when there is too much homework or exams. They really need some reality check and lived where I lived. Majority of population living deprived, have nothing to eat, can't afford buying medicine and such, even when they work 14 hours a day 7 days a week and this become the main mortality rate.

Country such as UK when you are out of job, needy, old, or sick, they can rely on "public welfare" while my country is too poor and such thing does not exist. Education is much valued as a mean to exit poverty therefore a lot of church opening schools in my country. That's why lazy parents and students really really irks me.

Cath J said...

beautiful photos!!! and love the family photos too.. ^_^