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    (Original post by 0to100)
    She was in kenya for 10 yrs...? Without you...?
    When she couldn't get a visa
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    (Original post by john2054)
    Looks dangerous doesn't it? This is my wife skydiving in Mombasa Kenya! a couple of weeks ago...

    https://youtu.be/g8xMFJ3dEbQ
    It says "This video is not available"


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    Is that the same wife that was in danger some time ago? I can see why now.
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    (Original post by davidguettafan)
    It says "This video is not available"


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    it works when i click on it. maybe try a different browser?

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    Is that the same wife that was in danger some time ago? I can see why now.
    she was never in danger. only she caught an unknown disease in kenya, and so we nearly lost her then. apart from that, no sorry you have got someone else!!
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    (Original post by john2054)
    it works when i click on it. maybe try a different browser?

    she was never in danger. only she caught an unknown disease in kenya, and so we nearly lost her then. apart from that, no sorry you have got someone else!!
    Oh, well my memory is not that great. But danger/disease, wasn't too far off.

    So how come she went on a trip on her own and you had to "man the fort"? Isn't marriage supposed to be together?
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    [QUOTE=yudothis;67424384]Oh, well my memory is not that great. But danger/disease, wasn't too far off.

    So how come she went on a trip on her own and you had to "man the fort"? Isn't marriage supposed to be together?[/QUOTE]

    They wanted to go back on their own. And i think it did them the world of good. But it is also good to see them back. thanks
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    (Original post by john2054)
    They wanted to go back on their own. And i think it did them the world of good. But it is also good to see them back. thanks
    Ah well fair enough. Looks like she kept you up to date with some great videos anyway. And Kenya seems a great place for a vacation!
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    I really don't understand your marriage...
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    Is it awkward having a black step kid? Like do u get weird looks when you're out in public
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    [QUOTE=john2054;67424436]
    (Original post by yudothis)
    Oh, well my memory is not that great. But danger/disease, wasn't too far off.

    So how come she went on a trip on her own and you had to "man the fort"? Isn't marriage supposed to be together?[/QUOTE]

    They wanted to go back on their own. And i think it did them the world of good. But it is also good to see them back. thanks
    How did you cope with having a long distance relationship when your wife was in Kenya for so long?
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    [QUOTE=Pinkberry_y;67442430]
    (Original post by john2054)

    How did you cope with having a long distance relationship when your wife was in Kenya for so long?
    With great difficulty.
 
 
 
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