Update: We Catch Up

The rumours are true. I am no longer in Mongolia. On Saturday (Mongolia Time) we headed to the airport, all packed and praying that our my bags were not overweight from the souvenir-y stuff and my pound of new postcards. Turns out, between both bags I had a whopping 6kg to spare! Incorrect bathroom scales are…

Photo Friday: Got a ticket for my destination

10 hours ’till we hit the road; destination: Ulaan Bataar airport. 14 hours ’till the airplane leaves: Destination: home! Well basically. We only stop in two other countries first. Regardless: I’m excited.

Honesty

It is five a.m. I am awake. I am not drinking coffee and I want to be. I am so not okay with this situation on so many levels. In 6 sleeps we board an airplane bound for Canada, and in all honesty the drive to the airport cannot come soon enough.  After a week…

Photo Friday: I might faint.

Do you SEE those little red numbers? The leaves are greener now than in this picture but the temperatures have been similar all week. I’m sweating. Or dying. Basically the same thing in my books.

Don’t Use the D-Word…

So you met Zack and Joey! Aren’t they cool? Well, I think it’s time I touched a bit more about our MK kids, and why I haven’t talked much about them before. Sure, they’ve been mentioned. If you’ve been paying attention you’ll know that I think they’re awesome and sometimes we do fun things together,…

A Very Late Photo Friday: The Park and Parkour

___ Meet Zack and Joey: ___ ____ They’re pretty cool. ____ ____ Zack, Joey, and Adam are our resident Parkour Enthusiasts. [Click here for a description of Parkour] If you haven’t noticed, Adam is missing in this trio today, making this post about only 2 of our Parkour Heros: ____ ____ Zack and Joey! Oh…

Just In Case I Forgot…

“Say that again please?” I asked her on the bus. After staring at each other for a good two minutes she had spoken quietly enough that  I missed whatever it is she said. The 9 year old school girl with the white fluffy hair bow leaned in, inches away from my face and enunciated, slowly…