November and December were a whirl wind of school activities and the holidays. We hosted Thanksgiving dinner and invited some lovely friends of ours. They are from Romania and had never experienced an “American Style Thanksgiving”. I assured them they … Continue reading →
We were lucky enough to host a great Hanukkah celebration again this year. We had made so many friends in the 18 months we had been here and we didn’t want to leave anyone out so we ended up with … Continue reading →
This is a quick round up of our fall in Lagos. It was a busy season. Oliver had his 9th birthday. He wanted a dog themed party, no swimming(can’t make it easy for mom can you) and lots of friends. … Continue reading →
Ok, so I guess we haven’t been so great about this whole “consistency” thing in updating this blog. Life has been busy, getting everyone home from R&R, starting a new year of school, starting up scouts, play rehearsals, violin lessons, … Continue reading →
My trip to Norway By Harrison Note from author: I am extremely sorry for making this so late!!! But, I hope you like it. Day 1 leaving school and beginning flight. Me and a friend waiting to catch our flight.
Living in Nigeria isn’t always easy. Some days it just feels like too much. To many people, too much pollution, too much noise, too much traffic, too much hassle. I am ready for a vacation, some time out of Africa … Continue reading →
This post may seem pointless to many of my Foreign Service friends, but many people from the US have never lived over seas. Even fewer have lived in a developing country. I wasn’t prepared for how cluttered my house would … Continue reading →
The 5th grade classes put on the play Romeo and Juliet for Kids every year. Everett Roger got to participate. I was surprised when he announced he wanted a larger role and he has never shown any interest in being … Continue reading →