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12.4.06

"Vacation, all I ever wanted ..."

Woo-hoo! Krys has booked our trip to Egypt! We'll be leaving on 7 November for two weeks! We haven't taken a vacation since 1999, and I think we're due. Two weeks without the children - can we handle the separation? I know I can!

Of course, as Krys often says, she'll believe we're on vacation when we step off the plane. But for now, all systems are go!

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7 Comments:

Blogger Chance said...

Congrats! Sounds fun!

Will you try to learn a few simple Arabic phrases before you leave?

And who will look after the kids? I ask because I know just any old sitter won't do with your special girls.

12/4/06 10:31 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Yes, we're going to learn some Arabic. We learned some Spanish before we went to Venezuela in 1999, but it didn't help very much. Let's hope the Arabic goes over better!

My mom is going to watch the children - for some reason she agreed to do it! She's hoping to convince my sister to come out for a week and then try to get my dad to come out. He doesn't need to work much anymore, so I don't know why she just doesn't make him come for the full two weeks. Her power is slipping!

13/4/06 7:30 AM  
Blogger Chris Cope said...

That sounds like an awesome trip. Here's the one Egyptian phrase I know: "Malesh."

It's sort of the equivalent of, "Whatever," and said when you can be bothered to worry about something.

"There's no toilet paper at this hotel. Ah well, malesh."

13/4/06 8:34 AM  
Blogger Nik said...

Whoa, that's pretty awesome. Not New Zealand awesome, but pretty damn close! :D

13/4/06 11:04 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Rub it in, why don't you, Nik. Bastard.

I like that phrase, "malesh." I may have to use it.

(It probably really means "death to Muhammad" and Chris wants me to get killed. We'll see.)

13/4/06 11:18 AM  
Anonymous yazil said...

Lucky.

13/4/06 2:10 PM  
Blogger Krys said...

FYI: I plan to carry toilet paper in my purse, so hopefully we'll never need to use "malesh" in that context!

14/4/06 8:36 AM  

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