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Friday, April 10, 2009

Paka to Kazakhstan

Day 31
My computer is the last thing left to be packed. The car will be here for us in about an hour to begin our very long journey home. I'm going to have to lock the doors to keep myself from leaping from the moving car as we pass by Schuchinsk on the way to the airport. We are done here, for now, and have to get home. So, expect to see us all, stateside on Easter Sunday. It's been a wonderful journey and I'm so glad that you could all follow along. I'll probably post a couple of times from home and then pick back up in earnest when I return for the second trip. I'm off for one last walk through the mud and wind... for old time's sake.
Paka to you all! And a fond Dosvedanya to Kazakhstan!


Lou Ann said...

Congratulations on making it through court (even if the docs aren't signed.) My judge was not allowed to give her "positive decision" until the following day and I had to go back twice to get it. They do hold your hearts in their hands the just don't seem to know it.

Now you just have 30 days, more or less, until your whole family is together. You've made it this far so with class & confidence, I'm sure you'll handle the rest in the same manner. I've enjoyed following your adventure so far and look forward to seeing a family portart in the good old USA.

Safe travels,
Lou Ann, Mom to Lexie from Aktau Kaz

Clark said...

I just wanted to say I love reading your blog. You really keep your experience and emotions real. Best of luck with everything.

Anonymous said...

Oh where have the Chronicles of Kazahkstan gone? I wake up each day looking for new notes to the blog but today there is none.

Is this a sign of things to come for the next few weeks? Going thru blog-withdrawl syndrom....

Please keep us posted and looking forward to the next update...whenever it may come....

Auntie CAS

ps: Glad to have you home!

Dean and Janie said...

Dear Becca,

I am thinking about you each day and pray for your safe and quick return to your child. Welcome Home.