Saturday, August 9, 2008

Countdown Time

Ever since Rob has been home from his last trip abroad, we are really starting to feel the countdown begin. About 65 workdays left for me, and just a few months left. We need to be productive to make sure everything goes smoothly. We applied for our visas and making plans for our storage of our household. We are trying to decide on what to take, and making sure all our electronics are in order.  It is really important to me to have the right stuff (cameras & computers) to make time abroad fun, connected, and well documented. The human mind and experiance can only soak up so much. I want to make sure to take thousands of pictures and relive the year for the rest of our lives. 

I'm starting to feel work responsibilities fading and preparing for the next year ramping up. Not that I am not giving my all at work (most of the time) just thoughts during the silent times are shifting. 

Rob and I are in the bay area this weekend as a last minute trip. Not really doing a whole lot but I am looking forward to eating at this little Vietnemese place in Livermore. Last time we ate there is was very delicious. Yumm-O! 


Jessica October 21, 2008 at 11:27 AM  

Just bring yourselves and get the rest here. Having moved... a lot now... I can tell you it is just way easier mentally and physically to travel light! Bring only the necessities and buy the rest as you need them... Good luck!

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Tina & Rob have relocated their lives to Geneva, Switzerland. This blog is a story of their adventure during the year and all the details inbetween.

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