Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Homecoming


It's Christmas and all over the world people are trying to get home to their families. My daughter was on her way home to Egypt for the holidays and got stuck for two days in New York when Frankfurt airport was closed. We finally got her back from the airport today and the dogs who had grown up with her were ecstatic to see her.

5 comments:

bombona said...

hi i hope u very good future in Cairo and i hope ur daughter to be fine Egypt good cus of u r exist

bombona said...

welcome in Egypt dear welcome back to ur daughter

brattcat said...

Lucky mama to have her beautiful, curly-haired daughter home. Enjoy. And I'll wait as patiently as possible for my daughters to arrive. But I feel as squirmy as those excited dogs.

Jack said...

Looks like she is pretty happy to see the dogs, too. Glad you have her with you for Christmas.

Kris said...

From the (almost) very bottom of the World down here in Tasmania, I wish you a very Merry Christmas/Yule/Jul/Winter Solstice/Summer Solstice/Amaterasu/Brumalia/ Deygān/Dōngzhì/Hanukkah/Hogmanay/Jonkonnu/Korochun/Kolyada/koleda/Wren day/Lenæa/Meán Geimhridh/Lohri/Midvinterblót/Modranicht/Mummer's Day/Rozhanitsa Feast/Şewy Yelda/Soyalangwul/Ziemassvētki/Āshūrā/Ras as-Sana al-Hijreya or whatever festival you choose to celebrate!

If you’re opting out this year, have a great time in the next few weeks and keep up the good work!