Sunday, December 09, 2007

Thanks for the Memories

Thank you all for the birthday wishes! My Big 3-0h went well here in Paraguay, and I hope to upload some photos soon. My host family had a barbecue, we built a bonfire, and well - 40 of my fellow trainees showed up. It was my Double Quincenera.

I wish I could have spent it with my family and friends. But we'll have plenty of time to celebrate my next 15 years.

This coming week is going to be crazy. I will be packing all my stuff, going to Santa Barbara and swearing into Peace Corps. I will be a full fledged volunteer when next we speak. I will also have a phone and you all can call me (as I can´t call you - I only get paid $2 a day).

I´d like to take a special moment to thank my Aunt Paula for sending me so much mail. You are making me feel so loved and thought of. I really appreciate it!

Thanks Dad, for the day planner. I loved it and it got here right in time for my b-day!

Everyone, if you want to send a package, Please Change my Title to PCV because of the change within the next week.

I will post my info on the right side of my blog, for all of you to use!
my email is and for those of you who want to chat!

I´ll post as soon as I can, before I go to my new place of residence for 2 years. San Antonio was beautiful and the people were wonderful. I can´t wait to get there. I will take tons of photos, as soon as my mom sends my camera.


mom said...

I thought you told me not to send your camera because it would get stolen in customs??? I pulled it out of my first package that you still have not gotten.

Paul said...

Hey Cassie,

Did you get the e-card I sent you? I might have sent it to the wrong email addy. Crap.

Anna Marie said...

Good luck on the move!
It sounds like you're having such an amazing time.
Can't wait to see the pictures.

michelle said...

thought we had commented...where did it go?? very belated.... bday!!

michelle, ted, and the youngin's

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