Earlier today, my mom had a great idea when we were volunteering at the food bank. She said that it was Uncle Robbie’s birthday today, and that we should get some timbits at Tim Hortons so he could share them with his staff. He teaches at the Frank Hurt high school in Surrey, and he unfortunately couldn’t get the day off. When we arrived at the school, he was in the aboriginal room. We were tired of helping people, so we ate the timbits and watched him do the dishes to prepare for the arrival of some SFU students… just kidding. We helped with the dishes, and when we were done one of his students showed us an eagle feather and special shell that he found in Haida Gwaii on a two week stay! It was really interesting. Uncle Robby is really outgoing, so he introduced us to everyone he saw. We only stayed for a short time, but it was nice to surprise him and wish him a happy birthday.
P.S. If you’re reading this, Uncle Robby, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Thanks a lot,
Joshua Jeffery Davis Caleb Clarke