Anyway, if it was a Captain wanted, Ryan would be in that pool with a high probability of going. And the time to leave would be before the due date of the baby. That was kinda sucky, but what can you do? I told him we'd cross that bridge IF we came to it.
Today we found out it is NOT a Captain "they" want so we're safe.
I laughed and told Ryan that if he had to go I would need my mom around more than ever and would probably spend a couple months in Washington since I'd have a newborn, a 2-year-old and a puppy and no other real obligations. But it won't come to that.
We're still grinding away at our house. We finally have stuff on the walls except in the bedrooms and one part of the hallway. The hallway should get finished this weekend or at least next week. Ryan also put our entry way table together and it is very nice. The 9-drawer dresser arrived as well as the nightstand. They look great. With the next paycheck we order our headboard! Whoo!
Not much else going on. Will was sick the other day. He didn't have a fever but couldn't keep anything down. The next day he seemed completely fine.
I've been going through ALL our digital photos and creating photo albums. I finally decided that with the remaining Japan ones I'll just create one, huge album. Ug... it's already over 70 pages and there are still a few things that haven't been included yet. It's been fun re-living our early years in Japan but I have to say it is wonderful being in the United States again. I've included 2 fun pictures I found. The one is of Ryan standing at the Yokohama waterfront with Rainbow bridge in the background. That was from one of our first outings when we went to see the Russian Ballet perform the Nutcracker on Christmas Eve. The second was just a neat one I found of me, but my eyes looked SO green... despite the glare on my face making my nose look huge. LOL
That's all for now.