Another beautiful fall day. Had a nice walk this morning with the boys. Jacob and Claudia are napping. Alan and David are watching Yin Yang Yo on television, killing time until 2:00 when the Mystic Power Rangers come on.
(There's a post yet to be written on the jaw-dropping awfulness that is Power Rangers Mystic Force, and why Alan loves it so very much. But not today.)
A bit of news: last night at the Marine Corps Ball, we found there won't be a follow-on project. Or at least not until long after our project has closed its doors. This is IMO unfortunate, but nobody is asking my advice. So we close our doors in May and that's it.
What does this mean for family Muir? Well, it puts a clear limit on our time in Armenia. When the project ends in May, we won't have anything to keep us here. We might leave a little earlier or later, but it's unlikely to be later than June. As of today, we're probably about six months away from leaving.
(Leaving for where? No idea. But that's the nature of the business.)
So, this will be our last autumn in this house and in Armenia. That's a little sad. I guess we should enjoy it as best we can, while we can.
I'm going to go out and rake some more leaves.