There is a big debate over whether our flight will leave at 11:59 p.m. or 12:59 a.m. tomorrow. Either way, the shipping agent wants the cat at the airport at 8:00 p.m.; the likelihood of us making it there by that time is dubious. And anyway, I don't want the cat stuck in a box for so long.
The training group was in town today. Danny helped me unload the car this morning. I got to say goodbye to Nancy and Jenny and Rob.
There's still a lot that's not packed at my house. And honestly, I don't think the rest of it will get packed. This list includes:
- Bed sheets and pillowcases;
- Dish soap and dish drainer;
I hope you're well.
hi matt heres wishing you a safe trip back home..was fun meeting up with you guys in Samoa...we might only see Blakey then on our next trip before xmas..
merry xmas and a prosperous 2011 to you and family...
Safe travels Matt. Im sorry i never got to say farewell in person. Thank you for ALWAYS being a great read. Looking forward to still more interesting insight when you get back home...
Thanks for 2 years worth of fun and well-written posts. So many of your stories reminded me of experiences I had when I was a volunteer in Samoa. And many of your insights about your experience were realizations I didn't make until long after I was home. I hope your readjustment to life in the USA goes smoothly. Are you planning a law school blog?
Thanks for your service. Take care and merry x-mas.
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