Oh, the joy of an uneventful border crossing! I was a little surprised at how thoroughly they looked through my suitcases — even opening the Phase 10 card game box. And Jim chuckled when they didn’t even LOOK at his bag. I must have a dishonest look or something these days. The customs man asked Jim whether there were any ‘problems’ in his suitcase and he answered no…end of discussion.
The train engineer must have been new to stopping…I don’t know when a trip has been so jerky…but I do still like life on the train. It’s a very relaxing way to travel and gave us time to talk about what we had heard and learned. Jim spoke with several others who were on our train who had also attended the conference, but had not been part of the medical piece. Always good to learn about others’ works so that networking can take place…even if WE’re not the connection, we’re happy to be the connector.
Hasn’t taken long to begin to get back in the swing of things here. Already thinking about the final steps to our new improved website. Newsletter ideas. Phone calls. Time to make definite plans for getting to the States to meet the newest (soon to be born) grandson. And to show our OTHER grandson that I am actually not just to be found on a computer screen…I’m human with arms that can’t wait to hug him.
But first…my head needs to hit my very own pillow.