When we initially interviews with MTW, Avonlea was only 18 months old. So when they asked me if we’d discussed our plans with her, I sort of chuckled. I don’t know if there’s an 18 month child you could have that conversation with, but at that point in her life, the only words Avonlea knew… Continue reading What about the children???
So far this year, our weather has been as fickle as a teenage girl’s affections. Warm, cold, warm, cold, warm, snowing!!! and back to warm again. Just when you’ve been ready to put away the jackets, it’s suddenly below 50 again, and the kids are shivering on their way to school. I used to love… Continue reading Spring
We bought our plane tickets for Belgium this week. Three tickets for four people. Oliver gets to sit in Donnette’s lap. Or Avonlea’s lap. But not mine. We’re flying economy, there’s barely enough room for my legs. The last time we flew to Europe, the guy in front of me put his seat all the… Continue reading Plane tickets
We’ve been in the road more in the last thirty days than in any given month of our marriage. *1* When you’re young, and in college, traveling all over the country seems like the life. Tokyo, Paris, Sri Lanka, all of these foreign sounding places that would be amazing to visit anyways, and to get… Continue reading Adventures in Traveling: Why you shouldn’t handle farm equipment and then try to board an airplane