Thursday, November 22, 2007

Turkey Day and more.

Happy Thanksgiving. I hope that yours was as enjoyable as mine and that you have been filled to the brim with love, family, and lots of yummy food. I certainly enjoyed sitting around the table and dining with my loved ones. Since this may be my last Thanksgiving in the States for a couple of years I tried to soak in every moment and every flavor.
I want to make you aware of a new feature on my blog. If you look to the top right corner you will see a link to view my "Web Gallery." I have discovered that I can load about 100 pictures onto that sight in the time it takes to load about 8 on here. Plus, you can see some fun video as well. I'll still be posting pictures on here occasionally, but you'll be able to really experience things with me by visiting the gallery every now and then.
On to the big news now....the following pictures are of my temporary home that awaits me in Costa Rica. I have decided to live with a local family in order to enhance my language-learning experience. My Big Brother and Sister at the language school graciously took the time to check out a couple of locations for me and this is what we finally decided on. There are pictures of the outside, inside, host mom, and the park accross the street. I will have my own shower (in my room), and will share the toilet located just outside of my bedroom door. Enjoy!
Oh-there are brand new pictures and video of the Thanksgiving feast that we just shared only a few hours ago. Those are on my Web Gallery. Check em out!



CA RN to Honduras Missionary said...

Happy Thanksgiving Danny! And yes, you can have a great one here too - we managed to make most of the traditional goodies, and oh was it GREAT! See you soon!!! Erin