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I just had time for a short blog today but wanted to share photos of our two grandchildren from this month. Elianna is "2 3/4" as she says and just started a great new childcare program. Zander is now walking...all over...and we are going to keep busy chasing him when we get home!
Have a happy Thanksgiving, everyone! We love you all!
Jane and Bob
... that my patients have taught me is to live in
the now. Appreciate and USE what you have been given NOW. And every
single person I have talked with about this says the same thing: "If you
can take some significant time off and travel, you should definitely do
it while you can and when you're single because once you're
married/start having kids, forget it until retirement." If we even get
retirement. The way ...
... lake. 2. Favorite camp: Wild Source Research Camp - while not the most luxurious, the camp just had a great "feel" 3. Favorite meals: Breakfast - Istanbul hotel, with view of the Sea of Marmara Lunch - up on a hill, overlooking wildabeest, thousands of them, migrating across the plain Dinner - Wild Source African dinner 4. Favorite beer - Serengeti 5. Favorite bird - ...
... buttons much smaller than my fingers. Because of this I apologize in advance for strange spelling and mixed up vowels. Photos will be much slower to add than the posts. See, the posts I can update from any coffee shop, but photos take time. So just a few words of warning to my avid readers and a big warning to passers-by.
Tonight's packing was much easier since we recently got home from a week up in Northernmost Wisconsin in the old family stomping grounds at ...
... I will be presenting info on the people and culture. Just a few tidbits for you:
- There are just over 43 million people in 224,000 square miles
- It is the 47the largest country
- Mount Kenya is the highest point at just over 17,000 feet
- Primary languages are English and Swahili
- The national anthem is "Ee Mungu Nguvu Yetu" (Oh God of All Creation)
A couple of words for you:
- Hello - Jambo
- God - ...