January, home from vacation and thrust right back into real life. Actually coming home is always nice. And Lagos is home for us right now. It warms my heart hearing my kids say that. We didn’t see the kids for … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
As some of you will know, over October break, 6 lucky students, plus me and then Mom as a female chaperone and my fabulous drama teacher Mark Patton had the amazing opportunity to see 7 amazing shows on … 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.
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 →
It has been an eventful spring. It is the dry season here in Nigeria. The dreaded sand filled skies of Harmattan have left us and we are left with warm sunny days. Day to day life is filled with mundane … Continue reading →
Evidently my family members need to own shirts with the American flag on them and it is shocking that we don’t. I had no idea this would be a requirement to this lifestyle. We never even owned holiday themed shirts … Continue reading →