Vancouver Conservatory sighting

Published May 17th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson


My girlfriend and I were exploring the Vancouver Conservatory and discovered this plant, which was clearly blessed by his Noodliness, and believe it to be a sign that he still surrounds us with his blessed appendages in all life.


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