one misty moisty morning when cloudy was the weather…

Can you finish the Nursery Rhyme? 



My darling baby sister heads to the East Coast today. She is part of an “inter-state” exchange program through UNK and is spending the semester in Tennessee…Chattanooga, Tennessee. I tease her she will become a Southern Belle. She is handling leaving pretty well and I helped her pack last night…ok so basically I wrote her list out, packed a few things for her, and showed her how to use my GPS. We will only be 13 hours instead of 14 once I’m overseas (lol). But, I told her not to spend too much time on facebook or skype as she should be enjoying the experience of being away from Nebraska and making new friends.

This past weekend was spent in Omaha with a couple dear friends. Sometimes it’s so nice just to be with people who care about you…no words need to be said all the time and a wonderful feeling that is, especially with those who share the same beliefs and values. I love morning coffee, devotions, and walks! I also got to see Angie’s little girl Emma who I haven’t seen since she was just barely walking…absolutely adorable; she kept saying the funniest things…for example: I was pushing her through Target and she pulls Angie aside and whispers “momma, can you push, Megan’s too short to push me…” (after I had been pushing her cart all morning)  and then she just grins at me! silly little girl! 🙂

Currently, I am waiting for Korean Immigration to process my Visa Issuance Number; once received I can Fed-Ex my E2 Visa Application to the Korean Consulate so they can process the visa in my passport. I can’t think past today about it…I’m sick of obsessively checking my email to see if they have sent me updates when I fully know that part of the world is fast asleep! 

I am enjoying the cooler cloudy rainy Nebraska weather…60s/70s has been such a relief! 🙂

One misty, moisty, morning

One misty, moisty, morning,
When cloudy was the weather,
There I met an old man
All clothed in leather

All clothed in leather,
With a cap under his chin.
How do you do?
And how do you do?
And how do you do again?

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