Friday, August 1, 2014

Sue's sweet sixteen

Jen, with sisters
Okay so my mom isn't actually turning sixteen, but yesterday was her birthday! So happy birthday mom!!! I hope you had a wonderful day. I apologize that I was not able to share your birthday with you, but at the same time I am so grateful to be here in Rwanda, an amazing experience that would not be possible without my awesome mother. Thank you for the support and I hope you have a great golden birthday! (It's not actually her golden birthday either). See you soon, please enjoy this picture of me and my sisters taken on our safari yesterday! Love you!!!!

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  1. Lookin' good, Jen Warner. Happy Birthday, Sue!

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  2. Jen, I did not realize how much taller you are than your sisters... or that they were even Rwanda with you... that explains why it has been so QUIET at home!
    Oh, and thanks for the reminder...
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SUE!!!
    (and I do know her REAL age)
    Love, Dad

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  3. By the way, I want to do a shout-out to Nicole Clapp, who is the most amazing supporter of your team and your blog posts. I predict years from now that you will get confused and actually think she was on the trip, because she truly has walked with you every step of the way.

    Lastly, every time I post, I have to load a special code to confirm that I am not a robot. So, I just wanted to confirm once again that I am not a robot. Safe travels.

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    1. That sounds like something a robot would say...

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    2. Thank you Mrs. Hohulin! That made me laugh! I just got lots of love for them and want to support them as much as I can during their incredible journey!! They way they write makes me feel like I'm there!!

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  4. Happy birthday to Sue, who will no doubt frame this photo of her three beautiful daughters and hang it over the fireplace. What a fun message. I wonder what dinner conversation is like at the Warners' each night.

    I will miss commenting on these posts. Like Amy, I have repeatedly proven my humanness by making out house numbers and deciphering odd strings of letters. Next week, when this blog is quiet, how will I fill my idle time? Maybe Amy Hohulin and I can send secret code messages back and forth via email ...

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    1. I KNEW IT!
      BOTH of you are ROBOTS!!

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    2. Thanks for making me laugh out loud (literally)!

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  5. Thank you Jennifer. I did have a nice birthday and of course you were in my mind. I am happy all of you have had an amazing experience. I have a lot to learn from all of you. I hope you all have a smooth adjustment coming back home. Thank you for all your heartfelt stories. See you soon!

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