Yes, still have some wild life, but not like in the Poconos :) No more bear... but I do still see deer and their babies and recently a raccoon has started coming up the deck at night to look for bird seed. It's always something!!! The boys got home yesterday - Kyle LOVED it in Japan and is eager to get back! Ed said he could tell he felt very comfortable there. Ed LOVED the people. He was amazed at how quiet and respectful everyone was. Not like here :( Ah well, I'm so glad they enjoyed the trip & I'm glad they're home too. Extra glad you made it home safely as well!! 1 day ago
as soon as I am back from Hamilton, I will send you the news I get. Praying so hard right now for a positive outcome. Strangely I have been feeling so positive all along and now I begin to have doubts as my appointment approaches in a couple of hours.
That's me for you.just a crazy old lady LOL.
Thanks for always being such a rock for me hon. Hugs Susan 2 days ago
Thanks Carolyn for your wonderful support and prayers during this very stressful time in our world. Wednesday is a BIG day and I'm hoping that good prevails over evil! I'm happy you had a good trip back here and I wish it would have been a little longer so that we could have met in person. I'm hoping your week is full of happiness and wonder...you SO deserve it! 2 days ago
I'm so glad you're back, BP. I met a really nice (more friendly than I usually run across) Japanese lady at a children's violin recital a few weeks ago. I nearly blurted out "I have a good friend who lives in Japan" but then I thought she might ask your name, and if I said "I think of her as ButtonPopper" it might have seemed odd to her! Jet lag usually kicks my butt for at least 10 days (and that's not even to Asia!), so you're ahead of the game. (One time I went from Thailand straight to the US and thought I would die.) When you fly US east coast to Japan, where does the longest flight occur? I've been on some doozies from Jo'burg or Addis Ababa to DC. Thanks for commiseration over goodbyes... I think we get more than our share, living overseas.