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... to be sure.
The first week of September our son, daughter-in-law (Zac and Rebecca) and year old granddaughter (Annie) will be joining us in Nancy for a few days. Annie's first trip,
Then we will be heading south to Colman, Chamois, Lyon and then over to the Dordogne area - then up to the Loire Valley, Normandy and back to Paris for a few days,
Want to record this trip - and this is easier than keeping handwritten journals.
So bye for now
... cup or snacks. It's the Buccos so of course go to the game, with some maneuvering and quick thinking it all was perfect. Quick diaper change in the bathroom before game, slice of pizza for the beastie (thank god we've made the full switch to real food, no baby food or mush, just making sure pieces are small enough and not too hard to bite through) so off to the game. It reassured me so much because we did it on the fly, as we travel we'll have to think fast ...
... with you all. I'm
hoping to be able to update it periodically, but once we are in the
Eastern Region and out in the field working in the clinics I'm not sure
how much internet access I will have. But I'll do my best!
Aaron (and Matt)
... Thursday: A lazy morning (I'm reading A Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling, can't say it has the same thrill as HP) followed by a trip to the mall and my biennial visit to Abercrombie and Fitch. I was actually very reserved this time, but it did take me 4 hours to buy 6 things. In the evening we went to a drive-in to see a 'movie' (turns out that despite their Grease derived fame, drive-in's are actually quite rare and in decline due to film companies no ...
... company roles is one this Ambassador will embrace far beyond the short time we were together in Haiti.
Our eyes and senses were overwhelmed on arrival into a chaotic airport where thankfully our hosts from GCA (Frank and his wife Karen) shepherded us to the bus and with our luggage loaded into a truck we were off to the Campus. The ride through the impoverished parts of Port au-Prince clearly showed that progress back to any normality ...