Friday, November 21, 2008

On another note

My wife, Diane, and youngest daughter, Gwynedd, come home today. I'll be picking them up at SeaTac airport in another 5 hours. Don't think I'll be doing much reading (or blogging) for the next couple of days.

They've been living in Jerusalem and working in Bethlehem, Palestine for the past three months. Diane is the transition director of an acute day treatment facility/school for traumatized children there, the Holy Child Program. Gwynedd has been working at the school as a general go-fer/PE teacher. Haven't seen either of them since August.

It'll be good to have them home for awhile. They plan to head back to the Middle East in January, but all of the major holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Gwynedd's birthday) fall between now and then, so a good time will be had by us. Not grammatical, but accurate.


BigWalt said...

I'm soooo pumped Mom & NardPants are almost home! I should be getting my call from you guys any minute!
Good stuff so far, welcome aboard.

Nardpants said...

I believe Claire's birthday also falls under the major holiday category...PARTY!

RoboDad said...

It does, indeed!

12-12, dudes and dudettes!

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