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AHHHH life in Ghana! Loving it!

Well, we made it despite two nights without sleep and 24 hours of travel.  Amerley and Palmer seemed to handle the flights better than me!  All 10 bags, 4 carry-ons, 2 car seats and 1 stroller made it to Ghana (thankfully) and we were greeted by Carlos’ good friends.  It was a warm welcome.  It is wonderful to be here.  Time has flown as it has now been almost 2 weeks.  Life is good.  We are staying with Carlos’ friend K.B., his wife Rosemond and their 3 children just outside of the capital of Accra.  Our new house is basically across the street.  The 40 foot container is set to arrive early October and it will be wonderful to move and to be settled.  I think we are all looking forward to that.  The weather is hot, although everyone tells us we are in the cold season despite needing 2 cold showers a day!  HA!!  Carlos is busy networking and I am spending my time at home with the kids.  I LOVE not having anywhere to go!  It is wonderful!   Here are a few pictures of the kids.  Amerley is busy bossing the kids around per usual and Palmer just goes with the flow!  Enjoy!  Missing you!  Love to you all!!

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18 responses to “AHHHH life in Ghana! Loving it!

  1. YAY!!!! SO FUN to receive your update. I’ve been thinking about you a TON!!!! Glad to hear all is well. The kids look so happy! Please squeeze em for me and give my love and greetings to all. Love you lots, Auntie Shelle XO PS: We need a SKYPE date soon 🙂

  2. Beth! This is so cool! Glad you are well. The kids are getting so big!

  3. Kristin ⋅

    This is so awesome that you are blogging about your time in Ghana. Thank you! Helps me on a couple of fronts. I’m so glad that you arrived safe and sound. Your house looks lovely and you are already surrounded by friends. I had to laugh at Bossy Boss – she and Vera are so similiar. Pray we have a mellow brother for her in the next year to balance out her orders. Much love and may God keep you safe. Kristin, Kofi and Vera

  4. Marj ⋅

    Thanks a bunch for doing this blog so we could know how you are doing. Great to see pics of the kids so happy. We think of you often and hope to see you there one day. Love to Carlos and kids. Take care of you too.

  5. Colleen Castleberry ⋅

    Beth, I’m so glad you are doing a blog! I’ve been thinking about you all, glad everyone is there safe and sound! Take care!…Colleen

  6. Sarah ⋅

    How can I see the pictures?

  7. Antoinette ⋅

    Hey, glad you’re back in this corner of the world. Can’t wait to hear more about what y’all are up to.

  8. namuzu

    I’m glad you have this!!! I can’t wait to see pictures of the inside of your house and of Accra and surrounding areas!!! Even more, I can’t wait to visit as soon as we can!

  9. Martin Tatarkla ⋅

    WOW! How wonderful…Im so happy for you both. Imagine home being Ghana. How lucky for everyone. I have to say I was a bit taken aback that this move happened but so happy. That is a big jump from the West Coast/Oregon. I send all the Okantey clan my best wishes.

  10. Anne Johnston ⋅

    Glad you have made it safe and sound and that you are settling in well! Think of you often – glad that this blog will keep us updated!

  11. Janis ⋅

    Wow Beth! So awesome! Thanks for blogging:) Thinking of you and your family soooo often! Take care, Janis

  12. Jane Faulkner ⋅

    What an adventure, although for Carlos it is “going home”. The house and the kids look great. How about some pics of you? Enjoy your new life.

  13. Kara Lee ⋅

    Obruni, Obibini & Obru-binis!! So, so, so glad to hear all is going well. I will email you soon, I promise. Gosh, Palm-palm looks so much like you, Beth, in those photos. And of course A still looks exactly like her Papa! 🙂 Can’t wait to see photos of your beautiful home after you & your things have moved in. Your new house looks way too big! So much bigger than your St. J’s place. Whatever will you do with all that extra room?? 🙂

  14. Doris Sanders ⋅

    So good to hear from you!!! I’ve been wondering what you all have been up to….so, good to hear that everyone is getting adjusted well. The pictures are great!!! Keep it up so that we can live this adventure through your eyes.

  15. Aunt Sherry ⋅

    Hooray! I finally am receiving this! Beth, maybe you did something on your end to help me. But how can I see the pictures? Love, Aunt Sherry

  16. Elisha Alcantara ⋅

    So glad you all made it safe! What an amazing experience!

  17. Pat Shaw ⋅

    Hi Beth,
    You sound so happy and glad to be in Ghana, just as you have dreamed for so long. It will be fun to read about your life and adventures. Hugs to all,
    Pat

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