I had thought being hospitable in a tiny apartment inhabited by seven people was impossible. Turns out it’s not. The only thing there isn’t room for is my pride. So Thursday night we had my colleague from the UK office over for Jenny’s amazing Indian food and some cutthroat Killer UNO. And again last night for a special command performance of BRAVE, for our Scottish guest, Kris. As you can see, we didn’t have fun at all…
We have moved into one half of our house on Palmetto Road while we work on the other half. We are having a new roof put on and they began work early today. Yes, in Georgia you can have someone put your roof on the week before Thanksgiving. Amazing.
On Thanksgiving, we will be hosting the two Logos Hope (see website and videos) interns who work on my team! Betty is from Mexico and Sarah is from Germany, and they are both eager to help with the cooking and learn all that goes into a real American Thanksgiving experience. We will even be able to supply real, live grandparents at the family table—my parents have just moved into their new home around the corner from us and are now officially Georgia residents!