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Three years of waiting and praying and we got to hold Jaden. What a
feeling to hold the little man. Hailey called it...he cried alot just
after we got him. But we have been told that this is actually a good
sign. He made attachments with his nannies at the orphanage which means
that he will attach to us easier. Complicated to explain in an email.
day started bright and early in the morning in Beijing as we woke
up at 5 AM to ...
... were going to get 3 caddies at the start but I think a couple were just helping our one get the bags onto the trundler.
They have 27 holes at the course; A section, B & C. The C part is more difficult and holds the only par 6 (never seen that before!) hole. It is consequently less popular so that was the first 9 we played. Our second 9 was the B section I think … Although G had had to wait quite a bit for other slower golfers last ...
I am beginning to love Fridays because we get the afternoon off to do whatever we like. After class this afternoon we went to the local supermarket, Vanguard. To both get fruit and figure out how much the different types of fruit cost for homework in our Chinese language class. I really enjoy how fresh the fruit is here. The minute you take a bite out of an apple you can taste the freshness. Though no preservatives does have its downfall, it ...
... kind of feeling homesick and wanting food from home so the trip was well worth it for all of us. On the way home we sang American songs with the Taxi driver who loved to sing and dance with us. I want to mention how incredibly cheap the taxi's are if I haven't mentioned it already. I will definitely be taking taxis more often because I want to embrace how cheap they are while it lasts and before I go back to paying extreme amounts for taxis in ...
... now. I am so looking forward to the vacation. My plan for Bangkok are the nightlife things I missed out on last year as I was alone. So that includes Muay tai fights, night markets and other unmentionable sports that involve pingpong balls, but no net or table. Oh. Literally got told three times to turn my phone off... Stupid airplane rules. Tell me how the iPad on is different than the iPhone on in airplane mode? Once ...