We started our day with a visit to the Cairo Museum of Antiquities. Our faithful driver, Abod, was at the hotel exactly at 10am as we had requested. The ride to the museum was entertainment in and of itself. We all watched in fascination as the traffic on a super highway started, stopped and shifted [...]
Archive for September 2011
You just can’t keep us contained on our own blog. We’ve been asked to guest blog on a wonderful site called Insignificant at best. Read about how we each view the end of summer.
The day I left for Cairo, Egypt is the day I realized what the most horrifying words in the English Language are: Ladies and Gentlemen it appears…… We got to Nashville with time to spare. I was worried about taking Paul (David’s father) through security since he fell last year, shattered his shoulder and had [...]
There’s a rule in my house that nobody but me seems to follow: all permanent markers are to be kept in the drawer and are only for adult use. Having stepped on more than my share of crayons, colored pencils and other writing instruments, I laid down the law that anything capable of leaving a [...]