Wow! Time is flying. On November 5th, we learned about an English tradition -"Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night". It was basically a plot, by Guy Fawkes, to blow up the English Parliment, which later failed. Every year, the English celebrate this with fireworks and parties...very similar to our Fourth of July festivites. We were a caught by surprise seeing all the crowds, bonfires, and fireworks. It didn't take us long to figure things out & join in the fun...after all, we did miss celebrating the Fourth of July over the summer.
Next, all three kids were playing soccer (football to the UKers), but the season has come to an end. All enjoyed...it was the boys' first time playing and they had a LOT of fun. The important part was they met new friends and jumped into something new. And now basketball is right around the corner.
Kate's arm still hasn't healed completely, so she'll continue to be out for awhile...
Kyle and I met a friend, Everett Fernald, from Rhode Island in London for dinner. He was returning from visiting his daughter in Turkey, also doing an expat thing. It was a nice night out and fantastic to see him again. Happy we had the chance to catch up, although we missed you tons SueB!
Lastly, a big thanks to the Simpson Family for sending Jack a very cool "War Eagles" t-shirt. Jack was so happy to receive it....his old team just finished up a terrific season. It was a tough one for him to miss, so you can imagine the smile on his face when he received it. He immediately put it on and slept in it. Very kind guys, thanks. The candy didn't hurt either...:)