Thursday, September 8, 2011

We're Back!

After three crazy action packed months, we're back home.

I have so much to tell you and many pictures to post, but first,

- I have to get the cobwebs out of my house,
- Get my husband and Liberty feeling better,
- Find out when the kids start school,
- Pet my dog for the one thousandth time since arriving home 16 hrs ago,
- And recover from this most serious case of jet-lag.

Back very soon!

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Anonymous said...

Welcome back home ! Hope you lot had a great time... but it's nice to read you again.


Tori said...

Hey Nina, Welcome home!!
Sounds like you're gonna be really busy. Enjoy it. We are a 2.5 months from going home too and I can't wait.
Have fun!

Betty said...

Oh don´t you just hate jet lag? I hope you recover soon. Welcome back and may God bless!

Andy, Michelle, Micah and Ethan said...

Glad to hear you all made it back safely. When you all get settled we must get together for a visit. We have 2 students working with us until Dec and I want to bring them up to your weekly market. Maybe we could have a coffee or lunch.

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Welcome back! Definitely get some rest and relaxation in amongst all the things that you have on your "To-do" list. Prayers for all of you and that your hubby and Liberty get to feeling better and better and better. And haha hopefully you were not petting your pup "for the one thousandth time", in the same spot or he might have a bald spot :o).

Blessings & Aloha!
& thank you my friend for taking the time to visit...oh yes, we are so blessed and look forward to our first little grandbaby :o) ...My hubby's family called their grandfather grandfather in Portuguese...wondering how you say grandpa and grandma in see if they pronounced & spelled it the same way.

Liz said...

Glad you all made it back safely! Praying that life settles down for you very soon.

Nina in Portugal said...


Funny thing you asked, cause I can't tell the difference in between Grandfather and Grandmother in Portuguese. Only if I see it spelled.

Avó - Grandmother

Avô - Grandfather

The difference in pronunciation is with the accents....they're so subtle that too my untrained ear, it's tough to distinguish.....

Congrats to you, sweet Maria, Avó!!