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After our great family get-together in Washington DC Max and I drove with my sister, Maureen, and my dad back to their home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. This is about a 5 hour drive but it was a very pleasant way to travel and we enjoyed the beautiful autumn colours along the highway. We've noticed in the eastern states that they often do plantings of trees along the main roads which hide the suburbs behind. The effect is that you frequently feel like you ...
... family on my dad's side (grandparents, my dad's older sister, and all of her children and grandchildren) as well as our old friends and neighbors the Logan's (both the parents, as well as their two daughters and three granddaughters), by stopping in Brevard, Asheville, Black Mountain, and Greensboro. Now were on the cutest (at least smallest) train we've ridden so far on our way to Raleigh. I'll tell you how Raleigh was ...
Well we have been babysitting Liam all week now. He certainly keeps us both on our toes. We both are happy when it's nap time. He's been to therapy and although he doesn't talk he certainly gets his point across. Gabe gave him a little bit of peanut butter and he started vomiting and got generalised hives. He has survived and is okay now. My mother is finding it hard to get around and using ...
... Don's bank and we were new owners! Unfortunately the weather turned nasty, rainy and some wind but we had no choice but to start the trip home. Somewhat harrowing trip but JD is the master driver, took his time and his courage and finally got us out of the rain and the mountains. We gave Jamie and Kristen a quick call as we were passing through Knoxville and we surprised ...
I'm about to board my flight to Oslo, Norway! I have layovers in Detroit and Amsterdam. The whole thing will be 13 hours or so.. I think on the way back I just have one layover.
Anyway, I'm really excited! I checked in my backpack (it's my dad's actually.. that my brother borrowed and put Nepal and Mt Everest patches on.. not mee), and have a purse with my kindle, phone, and basic toiletries in ...