We Four in Egypt

Now back in the US!

NaBloPoMo, 12 days in (11/12)

You know the difference between NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo? NaBloPoMo is easy! At least so far. It’s been nothing like last November, when I stayed up way too late most nights to slog my way towards 50,000 words.

You could make this even easier for me by asking any lingering questions you might have. Thanks.


12 November 2008 - Posted by | in the news


  1. Some questions…

    What is your dream trip assuming there were no monetary boundaries?
    What were the first books you purchased for your children? Why those ones? (For example as soon as my brother and SIL announced they were having their first i went out and bought all the great books of my childhood – Shel Silverstein, Robert Munch, Winnie the Pooh etc.)
    What did you want to be when you were growing up?
    Were you ever into comic books growing up? If so who were your favourite superheroes? What super powers did you want then or would you want now?
    How do you think living in Egypt has changed you?

    Comment by Typ0 | 12 November 2008

  2. Coming here from Wandering the World… Mmm.. questions – well you could use the ones I’ve already posted on her blog in the comments…

    My kids are also adopted (from South Africa) so I’d love to hear more about your kids and their adoption, but I understand if you don’t want to.. We do not talk about their background with anyone else without their say so. But maybe tell us something about your travels in Ethiopia?

    And why you are in Egypt? What are you and hubby doing there? Where do kids go to school? Which languages do they and you speak?

    My daughter had a good homework this week: If you were a magician, what would you make disappear? And what would you make appear/ make happen with the whoosh of your wand?

    Comment by ladyfi | 12 November 2008

  3. Mmm.. the link to my name is not working. I’m Lady Fi at: http;//ladyfi.wordpress.com

    Comment by ladyfi | 12 November 2008

  4. I’d like to hear a little more about your job–how it’s similar to/different from your old US job.

    Comment by Libby | 13 November 2008

  5. […] which I talk about my job without talking about my job Well, I asked for your questions. Now I gotta answer […]

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