31 October 2007

I'm here. Really.

I'm feeling guilty it has been so long. The hardest thing is that I have so many things I want to blog about that I'm overwhelmed and don't know where to start or what to put down.

(photos available for all these)There was the work trip to Switzerland. Followed soon after by the local bull run/fiesta. Then a major, major birthday that Dar surprised me and took me to a castle to stay the night. Followed by 3 days later a team of 10 people arriving from OPAG. That was cool, but being the tour guide was very stressful for me even though everyone was sweet. The same day they left, my dad and I went to Rome. Very cool and big city. I liked the vatican more than I expected. Then a day at home and off to Casablanca for the weekend with Dar and Dad. A little lingering intestinal distress from that weekend (not not a blog worthy topic.)

Friday, we are having people over for a joint birthday of Dar and another guy. It's an 80s theme and ought to be a hoot. Someone asked me what we were going to doooo? Are we playing games or something? I felt very old - I mean hanging out, food, and friends is enough for me. I like games too, but I don't need them I guess. Do you know any 80s games that don't involve purchasing a board game in English?


  1. Sounds like how I would want to spend a few weeks. Very cool to go to all of those interesting places. I want pictures! - of course, no pressure... bring them with you to the US. Hope to see you guys in a few more weeks.

  2. Twister-- Isn't that 80's? Nice to hear from you. It is nice to get an update every now and then. Switzerland, Rome, Cassablanca. Sounds exciting.

  3. Yeah, all that travelling does sound exciting.

    BTW, hanging out, food, and friends would be good enough for me too, though I do like most games.

  4. You have had some awesome travel opportunities! Hope you had a nice birthday last month and hope you have fun celebrating Dar's. Glad you were able to spend time with your Dad. I bet it was nice seeing familiar faces from OPAG.

  5. Wow, your life sounds so full and exciting. I thought all missionary work was cold and damp huts with no electricity.