I arrived Moscow at 3.30 p.m. local time on Wednesday, March 21, after more than 24 hours of transit.
Here are first photos:
There’s no question I am no longer in Missouri!
Safely on time in Vienna. Now awaiting boarding for Moscow after trekking through half of Austria to get to my gate here at VIE.
I need a shower.
But mostly a shower.
I really like flying Air Canada!
And as I write whilst on a layover in Toronto, I’m grateful for:
Toronto. Vienna. Moscow.
24 hours of transit commences now.
I am so delighted to announce that I am the next director of the Variety Children’s Choir, one of the many performing arts activities of the Variety, the Children’s Charity of Saint Louis.
Variety serves a number of children and teenagers in many ways. One of the ongoing projects is the school-year chorus, with several performances each year. The group is composed of students with physical and developmental disabilities in addition to other student volunteers.
I’ll be adding Thursday evening rehearsals to my portfolio of activities starting in August! And I couldn’t be more pleased!!
Wow. Just wow.
Reading Andrew Sullivan’s book reviews is a sobering experience. The second half of this article is especially frightening. And I fear, true.