And now we're adjusting to life in Cairo, our sweet little baby is a walking/destructive force of nature, I have a new RN gig, and [thankfully] it's nowhere near freezing cold in our part of the world. In fact, we're spending New Year's Day at the Red Sea. In swim suits. At the beach. Alhamdulillah!
Big kids are snuggled on the couch having a marathon TV session. They'll never make it to midnight, no matter how hard they try. No big plans for us to go out tonight, just time together.
We're all enjoying the normalcy of being together as a family. It's been not quite six months since Jason returned from Iraq and I'm still grateful for the time we have together again.
No matter where you are in the world tonight, I wish you a peaceful and prosperous New Year.
Goodbye, 2011. You were pretty good year. Can't wait to see what 2012 brings!
|Even the baby enjoyed the Waadi!|
|Spent the day enjoying the Waadi Degla (dry river bed)|
recreation area. Don't worry - this is written in eco-friedly
charcoal that we found!
|Sunset in Cairo on New Year's Eve. With BFF latte. No better way to end the year!|