Monday, December 14, 2009

For blog junkies only....

Today, we were trying to skype with my sister Mary. We have been having some trouble with the audio, but now I hope I have it worked out. Anyway, while we were messaging back and forth, she wanted me to "show her around" our room. I gave her a video tour, but then remembered that I had taken several pictures at the start. I'll try to organize them now and give you a 360 of the lay out of our digs.

Warning: This is not terribly interesting except to those of you who are hanging on our every word. We won't know and don't care if you want to stop reading now and go on with what I'm sure is you're busy and exciting life. For the rest of you (Bless your hearts) here goes.....

This our bed and the crib for the room. The bathroom is off to the left.

OK. Rotate 90 degrees and here is the nerve center of our room, the couch. Camerons bed in the background.

Standing next to Camerons bed with the window at my back, I am looking at our dining table ,and the kitchen.

Now standing at the door to the suite, looking toward the beds.

Thats pretty much it for now. If things are slow later, I'll finish the story of our trip over. I know I said we'd go out for passport pictures today, but that was nixed by Oksana. She said it was too cold to take Anya out. I guess we'll take it day by day. Thats kind of hard on me, since I am an organization and planning freak, but its good therapy for me too.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Sign up for Skype. Lurk online late in the afternoon or early evening. If I see your'e logged on, we'll chat...
Talk to you soon.


  1. Thanks! This makes it so much more real for me (and explains why Cameron occasionally appears to be bouncing behind your left shoulder on Skype). I imagine those two rooms begin to close in on you relatively early, though.
    Can't wait till you can get her home to Alabama!

  2. I'm one of those blog junkies - hanging on to every word. I'm looking forward to the next addition.


  3. Thanks for showing the room. I've been wondering how many beds there was and what it looked like. I hope there is a stove or me and Samuel will be starving. We are getting over the fact that we won't be going this year to get our baby so i look forward to reading the blog daily. It is so nice to hear how it is over there and how Anya is doing and getting use to you all. It is an awsome experience!!Even from this side. May God bless you and keep you and may His face shine upon you and be gracious to you.

  4. Mom said that Anya is more beautiful on skype than she is in still photo's. I can't wait to see more. Your living quarters reminds me of mama Lou's house. This time together will be healthy. I'll chat later, will try skype too.
    Love you all!

  5. Check facebook for an Elf-ogram!


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