The Slacker Spouse and I have been in the process of adopting a second child from South Korea. In January of this year, we found out we’ve got another son (in fairness, here’s son #1). That began the most difficult part of the adoption process: waiting to travel when you know your child is out there somewhere.
Well, today we received word that we’re cleared to travel! We’ll be heading out Sunday night and we’ll spend about a week in Korea before bringing Myung Hee home. I think we’ve decided on an American name for Myung Hee: Asher. Asher Myung Hee. (heavily influenced by Chaim Potok)
All this to say that posting will be light (if any) around here next week. I’ve got lots of blog fodder in the hopper though, so we’ll pick right up where we left off. Here’s a little preview (yeah, I got a lotta reading planned for paternity leave):
- Book review: iCon
- A bit of
nazel gaving, uh, navel gazing on job satisfaction and the benefits of mindfulness
- Book review: What Is Your Life’s Work?
- Book review: The Lazy Way To Success
- Book review: The Virtual Handshake
- Book review: Danger: Quicksand—Have A Nice Day!
- And whatever else comes to mind as I’m doing midnight feedings…