How are you my dear sister? I hope you are fine. Don't worry about me; I am very fine. I am now a very strong young man you know. How are those wonderful brothers of mine? Pass them my greetings.
I received you letter. Thanks a million for writing. The brothers and sisters in my congregation are fine. I am only sorry to heat that Br. Banda is still sick. I hope he will recover soon.
My journey back here was fine, though it was quite a long one. I wanted to travel by CR bus but guess what; all the wretched buses wee full so I had no choice but to travel by a small Rosa bus. The journey took seven hours. \By the time we reached, my legs were tired and my bottom was severely sore, ugh! Next time, I promise , I'm not gonna use one of 'em tiny buses!
I am glad you have a new literature teacher. Work very hard Mariam, I know you can do it. Follow that plan I gave you and put your heart to it, You will be successful . I am glad you are Liberian. Did I tell you what that I am librarian to, eh?
Finally Mariam, I would like to wish you all the best in your studies and all your endeavors. Don't forget God. I love you and miss you; can't wait see you again..
Elk Creek, Alberta – Any mention of teenagers and police officers in the same setting generally conjures up images of wild house parties getting busted—which is precisely the image Sgt. Karin Occino wants to change. Starting September 1, the Alberta Police Station is organizing daily office hours, officially known as “Officer Hours,” that place a designated sergeant at the high school for an hour each day in an effort to improve relations between teens and the police in town. “There wasn’t always such a strained relationship with the kids in this town,” said Occino. “A few years ago, the majority of teens and youths knew most of the officers by name and viewed them as a source of protection. Now it seems like we’re distrusted—seen only as...
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