Well, I have returned to my normal self whatever normal is ;)

We have a Mardi Gras parade coming up as well as a performance. We are so unprepared. Tempest has fractured her foot while trying to avoid stepping on the kitty and Estefania is getting by on her injured knee, Audrea is working that weekend. Well, there is no way that I can do a show by myself.

I know this is the universe's way of telling me something, what, I still have to figure that out. I do know that I am totally not liking this lesson by any means.

Off to a different topic; I am still on vacation; still smiling, still maxing and relaxing. I have been keeping in contact with Li'a and I am planning on going to the Sahara with her next year. I have tried e-mailing the people I had met in Egypt, but have had no response. Out of sight out of mind, isn't that the way of the world.

I do wish that things were better in the dance troupe, but they are what they are. I have much posted on the web site, but there is still so much to post.

Well, it is getting late and I better go.




Egyptian Time

Alrighty then, it is now approximately 9:11 am in Egypt; I am up and ready to go. Go where? It's after midnight here in CA. Geez, how long does it take to readjust anyway?

I started a new job and so far so good; it is in corporate america and since I grew up in corporate america, I am very comfortable in it. I have tried other things at different businesses and I am afraid that I am just not cut out for it. So I will count my blessings that I was hired on the spot and started work on Thursday.

Li'a is now working on a new tour of the Sahara for May of 2006. I told her I wanted info; I believe I will be taking this tour. I loved being away from here and hated the thought of returning. If I were able to take care of myself in Egypt, I would be blogging from there right now ;) But alas, there was no way I could do this by myself, especially not speaking the language.

I did put up a page dedicated to the Egyptian trip, however, it is not history based, it is on our experiences and the places we visited.

Stop by and let me know what you think, I would love to hear from you.



I am back!

Egypt, well the only thing I can truly say, you have to be there to experience it. The English language lacks the necessary words to express my feelings. in the past two weeks, I have shed tears of joy, wonderment and yes, even tears of sadness.

I will be posting a dedicated page on our web site within the next couple of days. I was not a very good videographer, sorry. Most of my film footage looked like I was on some kind drug ;)

Any who, let me get my body and mind back into balance and I can get the information posted as soon as possible.