3 April 2004
All good things must come to an end and it is now time for the
Leungs to leave. Stephanie and I are very sad to leave Israel. Living
here has been an incredible experience for us and we are intimately
connected to this land.
Samantha has done well and learned more about her Jewish background
then she could have ever experienced in the U.S.
Nicole is speaking Hebrew as her primary language and is totally
Israeli in nature.
Timothy (Sabra) now has clan in Israel.
Stephanie has had the most professionally challenging and rewarding
experience in her career.
For me, I have never seen such a country where everyone is so passionate
about life. As I was telling our friends the other night, there
is art every 100 meters, here, and the music is reflects the passion
of the people here.
Despite what you may read in the paper or see on the news, Israel
is a wonderful country. Like other countries is has more than it's
share of difficulties, but, the people here are managing well.
For the Leungs, we will have to adapt to another change in life.
This will be our first "return" tour as a family as we
move back to the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area.
Once we get back to
Virginia, we will have to decide if I should get a job. As Steph
will be going to sea, it might not be advantageous for me with the
kids at this time. However I do need to update my resume.
I'm so old, should I go with a Functional Resume vice a Chronological
one? Should I leave out graduation dates so people can't tell how
old I am?
Time to pack-up the computer now. Hopefully, the next time I update
this page will be in January 2004, when we return to the U.S.
Vic, Steph, Sam, Nicole, Timothy, and Cinnamon