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Wow. It's been three weeks since MacDuff and I arrived in Beirut. The time is flying by! I arrived and sort of jumped right into the work, but MacDuff and I are trying to fin... Read more
Greetings from Beirut!
I have to dash this off, so fasten your seat belts - the transfer was a rough ride.
When I last blogged, the company had lost my medical receipts and expenditures. Both were found and credited! Yay!
And the packers had taken all my c... Read more
Good-bye, Tunisia and hello, Lebanon!
The packers were here today. The house is a disaster, but we've made great progress and should have the rest of the house finished ... Read more
Hi everyone. I know I haven't been online much. I thought I'd jot a quick update while I had a few moments.
So I was a complete prat and spilled soup on my computer. As a result, the punctuation and numbers didn't work. I took it to the... Read more
My new goal
I haven't visited Disneyland in 13 years, but this seems like an excellent reason to return! It's a special medal awarded to anyone who completes races at both Disney World a... Read more
I had almost convinced myself not to do it when I landed in Orlando, but when I heard everyone talking about it, I got so excited that I knew I had to try.
Last weekend w... Read more
One challenge down, one challenge to go, and a spot of bad news
So I had the "big work thing" today. It was rough. I survived. The Big Boss, the one I've blogged about before, went off and said my results were "completely unacceptable".... Read more
Three weeks to the race, and 12.5 miles of pure hell
I've worked very hard this week in my quest to run the Disney Princess Half Marathon in just three short weeks. I'm honestly worried that I won't be ready. On Saturday, I se... Read more
The Scale doesn't always get it right
So here I am , standing on the scale, and you can clearly see from the expression on my face that I'm not happy.
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So long, 2008 and hello 2009!
I notice a lot of people are blogging lately. Is it because the end of the year is usually a time for reflection, or just because we can now earn a point for it? Who knows. ... Read more
Camels, Deserts, and Rude Cow orkers (hee hee)
I traveled down to the southern part of Tunis for several days last week. I was determined to stay on plan despite having very little control over my schedule, so I packed a... Read more
Life as a Superfattie
A lot has been going on in my personal life. I've been dealing with setbacks - nothing life threatening, just difficult. Despite being put on blood pressure medicine and continuing... Read more
Life in the Baaaaaaaaa Lane
We've been in Tunis for almost two months, and it feels like home. We've developed a routine, and the house looks pretty put together. I have turned my patio into a nascent Greek taverna, with lots of flowering bushes and a nice place to sit a... Read more
Procrastination and Cookies
I don't know what is the matter with me. I know I need to exercise. I know I don't even mind it that much when I'm doing it. I know I feel better for doing it, and yet I have to beat myself into going to the gym. Oh, and by "go to the gym," ... Read more
Kadusha died last night. I still can't quite grasp it. I found her in the Animal Market, a sort of take away zoo in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. She was a tiny, starving puppy, and the man was going to drown her because no one wanted a female dog. ... Read more