Thursday, February 25, 2010

Day 41 - See, I'm not making this stuff up!

While we await word on the arrival of the passport, I thought I would humor you with a few pictures and prove to you that I'm not going crazy. However, having a lot of time on your hands does give one time to pause and ponder the mundane and often overlooked little things in life. But, not to worry, it has been in the 50's this week with lots of sunshine and all the snow and ice is gone except that which is in the shadows. Therefore I have been able to venture out and walk the city with ease. My friends, such as the dangling paint chip that I keep talking about on Facebook, have missed me though. We made a connection, you know!



The Bee Gees singing "Staying Alive" at Oskar





My friend, the dangling and spinning paint chip (over my bed)





The Michelle DeYoung duct tape job is still holding up well!





Lizzie's contraband hamster sleeping in my house slipper. A friend bought it for her after I said "No". Of course, once it is ever discovered, I'm sure she will catch heat over it from the staff.





Me at the Dniper River


How the adoption process makes me feel, sometimes!

7 comments:

dodo said...

you're doing great, brother. Just hang out in there and soon you will be on your way home with your newest daughter.
Keep up the reporting bit since we marvel at your epic voyage!
Little Viktoria is in tears as she follows it all. She's very happy for Rimma since she went through the same and is now the little clown of the family, contrary to the little scared bird she was 10 months ago in Sumy detski dum.
Our prayers are with you.

Kari said...

Wow, looks like a heat wave, no snow in sight!

The McEacherns said...

Staying amused there, obviously! Good for you!

The DeYoungs said...

Dude, that duct tape job is mine, all mine!! Michele wouldn't even go doo-doo in that bathroom when we were there. :)

Stefanie and Bill said...

Glad you are keeping your sense of humor!!!! Very key in a Ukrainian Adoption!

Christine said...

Your too funny Felix! :)

Jim said...

I remember that dangling paint chip!!! I kept meaning to knock it down, but never did. It just kept doing it's little spin dance. I can't believe it's still hanging on. Oh, good times... good times.

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