Thursday, January 29, 2009

ResidnZZZ Permit

It appears that the paperwork trail associated to Myrna's arrival may have come to an end. She now is in possession of her US passport and is a resident of Germany (though not a citizen of Germany - we haven't been in the country long enough for her to acquire that). Perhaps knowing that visits to city offices are finished, can she now sleep better, as she has been experimenting with 7 hour long sleep sessions at night. And of course, she is still as cute as ever, as evidenced by the most recent additions to her January photo album.

4 comments:

J Paul M said...

Yes, she is as cute as ever. I'm glad to hear that sleep is becoming a longer event. Good for you, Myrna! I enjoy so much your writing and the photos; thank you for being so faithful to your followers. I think of the three of you so often and send happy thoughts your way.

We are busy planning a wedding. Courtney and Dusty are getting married on July 25th. Paul, being retired, is the chief wedding planner. We have signed a contract with a caterer and made arrangements for a cake. Paul is busy planning the gardens (the wedding is at our house) and building a new arbor. We're actually all pretty excited about everything. What fun!

Jody Lemke said...

Bill and I are so happy you all are doing well. Meg steered us to your blog, and Myrna is absolutely adorable. Hope someday when you're back in Seattle we'll get to see you all.

Chris Burkhalter said...

Yay! I'm glad you've seen the pictures, as we are pretty happy to brag about our little girl. We'll be in Seattle at the end of February, and would love for you to meet her!

Jody L. said...

Oh, please plan on letting us meet Myrna if at all possible. Most days in February have workable times. How exciting!