The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love...Kenya

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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Merry Christmas 2006


Merry Christmas

It is strange to think that it is Christmas. NPR keeps speaking of the shopping, the traveling, the food and even plays carols during breaks, yet it still doesn’t feel like Christmas. I hope that none of you are caught at the Denver airport, suffering from the blizzard.

A few of my friends will have new youngin’s celebrating their first Christmas with family this year (Kate and Harper). I hope the families will be having a blast with their new additions and I’ll be looking for all those “1st Christmas” pictures to be coming soon.

I’ll be spending Christmas at home (my Kenyan home) trying to catch up on work and getting things done for the new year. It is hard to believe the immense time crunch I am beginning to feel, I can see the end of my service looming and it now feels like it is coming way too soon. I never thought I’d be saying that!

So, to everyone out there, I hope you have a wonderful Christmas full of cheer and fun. Eat lots of food and think of me, or even better yet, take pictures of Christmas dinner and send them to me. I am missing you all very much and I know I’ll be seeing you “relatively” soon.

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