To have and to have not*

As usual, things around here are busy. I have been busy signing people up for our incredibly fabulous trip to Vietnam and Cambodia (leaving on November 24). I have shared our training experience with a French speaking guide who is going to be traveling with a French speaking group alongside our group. We will be visiting sites separately, but will be staying in hotels and taking flights together. Yesterday I had a particularly fantastic morning with my daughters. Rachel picked Leah and me up and drove us to Raanana where we enjoyed shopping at our favorite store (“Big Deal”) and stopped for some delicious felafel sandwiches enhanced by goat cheese and sun-dried tomatoes.

Today, instead of biking at the gym, I went into the jacuzzi and steam room hoping to knock out this cough that has been with me for the last month. I think I was partially successful since although i am still coughing, it is less often.

*This afternoon, in an effort to make it possible to upload pictures to the web, my daughter Leah tried to upgrade me to a newer version of wordpress. To say that she ran into a nasty interface would be like saying that it got a little wet in Thailand when they had the tsunami. For a while, everything I had written in the last 3.5 years was lost in cyberspace. I madly began downloading Google’s cache of each month of the site. I have about 20 gazillion pages of text and didn’t get it all, but wonder of wonders, she got it all back!!!!

And… tonight I did something I have been waiting to do for a long time. I’ll give you a hint: It’s on a par with riding the ducks for treatment of depression. What? You guessed it? You must have seen it too…..

Mamma Mia!

It was silly and over the top, but I loved it. I love the music. I love the dancing. I even love the costumes and sets and photography. For the duration of the movie and the credits, I was in another place just having a really really good time. Oh, and Sir Kicksalot liked it too.

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