I'm sorry - it's been almost two months now, and I've barely posted a word about the jacket trip. I'm still absorbing all of it.
It's also been busy here - our lives might be changing substantially at the beginning of the year, so we've been caught up with that, and of course, we did our Thanksgiving trip to Jamestown (lovely as always), which is heaps of prep work as well as the time spent there.
So, let me tell you about my father instead. He's off on a new adventure on his giant raft, and you can all follow him on his blog and website. It's a fascinating concept, and I know he'd love to receive comments - just say Laura told you about it. :)
My family leads far more interesting lives than I do - my brother is Editor-in-Chief for the Nobel Foundation website, which means he's always jetsetting around the place (and calling the Nobel winners - how fun is that?!), my mother has been a foreign journalist for sixty years, and has travelled more places than I can count, and my father - well, I don't think there's a place in the world that he hasn't visited.
(Though I do need to work on that Wikipedia entry. And write one for my mother. My Godmother (my mother's cousin) has a chunky little entry, but my father has done so much more.
Me? I just have a website.*
I'm okay with that.
*And a blog. That I need to update more often with fun stuff.