Christmas greetings and blessings
our family and friends.
As you go about in the hustle and bustle of Christmas in a consumer - driven society, perhaps trying to concentrate on the Reason for the Season, consider us. We are trying to muster up the Christmas Spirit in
We look out each morning now and if we squint our eyes, we can imagine a light snowfall. The effect is caused by the Harmattan winds which come from the North and bring the
You might be asking, “What are Wayne and Cate doing for Christmas?” We are staying home in Atakpamé for our last Christmas in
Things we look back on in 2006:
- Family visits: Karsten, Dustin and Julianna came in August and Nada and Nelius came in November - times we thoroughly enjoyed and treasure. You can see a few photos of them (as well as accounts of other experiences) on our blog at http://www.catewayneafrica.com/
- Vacations: Doesn’t get much better than
and Morocco in the same year. Egypt
- Living and working in
West Africa: you already know the details if you’ve been reading our emails or blog
Things to look forward to in 2007:
- Claire’s visit in late January, our 30th wedding anniversary, our 60th birthdays, a bit more travel?
- Returning home and taking stock of the last two years. How will we be changed? We don’t know, except for the obvious: a few more pounds (so many carbs!), a few more wrinkles (could it be the sun?), more gray (for
), challenges overcome and the experience of an incredible adventure together. Wayne
We happily welcome any email Christmas greetings at mailto:CateWayneAfrica@yahoo.com (our airmail address is Corps de la Paix, B.P. 3194 Lomé, Togo, West Africa.) We’d love to hear from you and hope all is well with you and yours.
We wish you good health, joy, peace, love, laughter, and a Joyeux Noël.