Sunday, March 21, 2010

Home Again

Hello, everyone!

After 30.5 hours of flying, airport time, and driving I arrived home again last night. It is great to be back with my kids and husband, but I can't help feeling somewhat wistful that my Tanzanian adventure is over. It couldn't have been better (with the exception of the migraine at the beginning, of course), and I would do it again in a second! My head is spinning with the memories of everything I experienced.

Soon I will start going through the 2000+ pictures I took throughout the 11 days, and then I will be able to share some of those images with you (no where near 2000, I promise!).

And very soon, later today I hope, I will write a detailed description of my encounter with the Maasai.

But right now, I need to respond to an oh-so-familiar request: "I'm hungry".

It's been over two weeks--I hope I still remember how to make breakfast!


craig said...

Breakfast, easy, roast some grubs, and pound boiled roots for 3 hours to make a tasteless dough, then bake over open fire in kitchen. Kids love that stuff. Don't forget Dad, he gets a piece of zebra jerky too!

Beth said...

Wow Renee! I just read your posts. What an awesome trip! I hope you post on FB when you write more about your trip. It sounds like a life changing experience! :)


Kenn Crawford said...

Loved your posts Renee and I can't wait to chat with you about your trip (when things slow down for you).
I am glad you had a great and memorable trip and I am looking forward to seeing the pics.

Welcome back!


R.E. (Renée) Chambliss said...

Thanks, Craig and Kenn! Turns out that making breakfast is like riding a bike--it all came back to me! (And no grubs were involved!

Beth- Thanks!! It was life-changing. I feel so fortunate to have been able to do it!