Life on the Mekong and Other Rivers

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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

First day of school. We're so proud...

As an aside, 3 of the 4 kids in the picture were born at Samitivej, courtesy of Dr. Sankiat. There's Eva (who you know) in the front with the pacifier, born November 4, and Aviva on the right, born in mid-October to Tonya and Leon, who were posted in Manila, but are, like us, headed to Kyiv. We FSO-types travel in small circles.

Jack was great. Got down and started playing right away. Katherine took the whole separation a little harder, but was very strong in her own right.

Christmas plans are developing nicely as well. Our friend (and the bride), Katrina, used to work for the company that owns Governor's Camp in the Masai Mara and is hooking us up with a great rate at an otherwise completely unaffordable, fantastic camp.

We'll spend Christmas with Kevin, Bonnie and their kids at Lake Naivasha after the wedding, and spend a few days in Nairobi with them as well.

Jack has been helping me plan.


At 10:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Miss Anne! JT says hello and have a good time with my friend Jack! (Don't worry Jack, Miss Anne and Miss Blanca take good care of babies. And they have really cool toys there, too.)


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