Monthly Archives: September 2011
Things you assume if you are from the US: When you buy a package of nuggets from grocery, they only need to be baked. Bags of french fries are already fried False. We had several different kinds of breaded fried … Continue reading
JT is likely going to outgrow these cutie patootie baseball jammies in about a week. So, of course, we took a million pictures.
This is a report of the scientific experiment of decorating our flat. Problem: With limited money, how will Nicole succeed in making flat #5 feel like home? Hypothesis: It will mostly work out. Experiment #1: This is a before and … Continue reading
The walls of a place can really tell you a lot about a family or culture. Here are pictures of ours.
We keep getting this question. It is hard to explain in one sentence, so you will get many sentences. “The start of school is always stressful. Especially at a new school. Especially at a new grade level. Especially in a … Continue reading
Our employer suggested we getting traveler’s medical insurance. They knew that the families of the teachers might be a few months without medical insurance while all the paperwork gets sorted out. We have been here almost two months, and Nicole … Continue reading