Friday, September 18, 2009

Letting Go: Part II






Country Lane by Laura Trevey










I share this as a thank you to all who've responded  positively with encouragement and love to my first post on the subject.

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2009, 5:40 AM

hey mom I made it to frankfurt, got a free bus ride to some wierd little town and now we´re at a campground recovering from jetlag. We met a nice guy named Ernst who is letting us use his computer and is an experienced truck driver giving us broken-english piece of mind on how to get to... well we´re figuring that out but i think we´ll start the trek to munich. have terry get us some contacts in neuremburg. I love you guys but i g2g. chow! 

Love the spelling!   I feel soooo much better and so does my girlfriend whose son is with him.  Now we wait for the next email.  CHOW!!

9 comments:

Minka said...

See? Told you!

I'm soooo glad they're fine! They're soooo nice to let you know that this way. I love the spelling, too...

Not as weird as my daughter's (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_5OshhqBduVo/SrKSqiMqszI/AAAAAAAACdw/EXdDJ5BMN6Y/s1600-h/scan037.jpg), but it IS cute!

California Girl said...

Thanks Minka! I was so jazzed to get this. Now I'm ready for another! I'll live through them. I'm going to check out your daughter's blog...:)

Baino said...

Well he's in a beautiful part of the world, Munich and the south is just gorgeous. Great start to the holiday . . and internet cafes are plentiful. They'll have a blast I'm sure!

Susan said...

Maybe he was hungry! So glad they arrived safely...now we gotta get you through the next 3 weeks!

otin said...

That was really great to see! Thank you for sharing that!

Brian Miller said...

big smiles. glad to hear the first steps are positive ones and that mom is doing well with it. keep us posted!

Nancy said...

He's going to have the time of his life! Wow, what an experience!

Marguerite said...

I left a message on Part I, but it seems to have disappeared into cyberspace. So glad that he's keeping in touch. Unlike my daughter's trip to Italy, when I didn't hear from her for 2 weeks!

Tanna said...

So glad things are going well! Technology is a wonderful thing. Amazing how one little message can lift your heart to soar!