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Amos de Boss Business Center

I saw this great little shack of Amos De Boss Business Center last night — Amos looks to be pretty enterprising and has a great motto — take a look at the fine print.

The fine print

We were on our way to a friend’s  house where we had a fun evening of socially distant pizza, wine, and two killer Catan games. I had so much fun I didn’t even realize it was midnight before we got home! On the drive over, we came across these crazy kids. I think they were lost but John said they were just kids out exploring.

Because goats

I had two fun video chats yesterday – one with James and Marybeth in San Antonio, and another with Ann, Muffy, and Jackie in Little Rock. Loved hearing the birds and woodpeckers from Muffy’s yard. Last Sunday I had a good chat with David in Hot Springs, too.

I celebrated my birthday working our sixth evacuation flight, although my sweet consular team had a celebration for me on Wednesday that included cake and video chats with our remote team members. In an effort to keep our exposure as little as possible, we had a very small crew working the airport – just John, our military colleague, and me. I worked the check-in desk. We had planned for 100, but were able to add 18 extra passengers due to some last minute changes. It was very hot and uncomfortable with no air conditioning along with face mask, face shield and gloves, but we are trying to be as careful as possible.

Sadly, I woke up to see our friend Neil Fletcher Wilson passed away. He had recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. We were so happy to reconnect with him during our DC tour. He got John going to cooking school, and we spent two Christmases with him and Emma. Smart, funny, thoughtful, and a wonderful chef – a fine human being, as my friend Brad would say. You will be missed, and our thoughts go out to Emma.

Dinner with Neil and Emma at Ris, our last night in DC before moving to Liberia



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