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After dinner at a nearby noodle restaurant, we all got showered and ready to go. Despite the incessant requests from Colin to get on the computer, the boys and I are all enjoying the classic, "The Lion King" complete with subtitles.
I can already tell that the computer is going to be a real point of contention. Colin wants to play games and get on QQ (Chinese Facebook) at every possible opportunity. So far, we have not allowed the QQ and we do not plan to when we get home. I'm sure that his charming smile and good looks have gotten him a lot in his short life, so hearing no (when it actually means no) may be a new concept. We are prepared for this one, but I don't look forward to it. Make sense? He hasn't been openly defiant at all, or even argumentative (like our OTHER son-lol) but he is cute and sneaky. An equally bad combination. Prayers for wisdom would be much appreciated. Also, pray for him to be prepared for the difficult transition ahead as he becomes the foreigner in a strange land. I can tell you, after just two
For the rest of us, life is about to get much easier being home. We leave here around 8AM local time and head to Shanghai and then on to Los Angeles arriving sometime mid-morning Saturday. We are excited to see all our Charleston friends on Sunday night.
Wishing all my US friends a happy Friday as we head to bed soon......