Pick Sveta up tonight…

At 9:30 p.m. I will be at the train station and pick my sweet pea up! Boza and I are lucky, we have family to be with us for Christmas…

I have spent a bunch of Christmases alone or without family in my lifetime. Starting at an early age as I sat in trenches amongst the war zones. War zones that we Americans many times did not acknowledge nor care to inquirer about. I can remember many times being ship born on the oceans to the next assignment. Yes they had Christmas aboard the carrier, but what is Christmas about steaming steadily and going to kill people who do not want you on there land?

COFFEE-LOVERTherefore, since being a little kid, I will have a rare, but not rare since being in Russia, Christmas. Sveta will come to us grouchy grumpy guys in the village and make us happy smiling guys…

Sveta is the family I never properly had and she naturally is capable of doing what is right, even when I seem to be incapable, due to my past…….

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I had a bad night last night and I am not sure why? I feel okay this morning, but I slept three hours more than normal and so did Boza. He never once asked to get up and go out! We went out and found it raining and after doing our business, we both decided to step back inside until daylight and then take a long walk…

Thus, that daylight has approached and we need to walk. We have a bunch to do today to get the home ready for a girl. Our favorite girl is coming and we need to tone guy stuff down and get girl stuff put back out for her to use ad get extra water in buckets and just make the home more presentable for Sveta to feel at home here… 😉

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Happiness is the best half of the family coming to say, “Hi!”

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia (WtR)


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