This is my first post

This is my first message, now edited…because I’m learning all the tricks that my colleague and friend Sean Yo has taught me about blogging! I took out my original sample photo (from my 2005 China trip) and re-posted this message with some alternate photos.  They give a quick idea about me showing a photo of me as “beadle” at a University of Guelph convocation (I am the University Secretary and my office looks after university governance activities); a photo with my son, Justin, while we were on holiday last summer at the Blue Spruce (near Algonquin Park); and me while on my last international volunteer experience — in July 2007 I went to Japan to volunteer with the Asian Rural Institute (http://www.ari-edu.org/english/whatisari_e.html).
Vicki at Convocations; As University Secretary, as part of support for the University of Guelph's Board of Governors and Senate, I usually help "Beadle" at convocations.

Vicki and Justin - On holidays Summer 2008 (Blue Spruce near Algonquin Park)

Vicki at Japan's Asian Rural Institute July 2007

10 Comments

  1. Hélène Fournier says:

    Bon voyage Vicki. J’ai hâte de voir les photos de Malawi.

    Amicalement.

    Hélène

  2. Mark says:

    The nuts are tight and ready for flight.

  3. Vicki Hodgkinson says:

    Thanks, Bro!!!

  4. Vicki says:

    Merci, Hélène!

  5. Lynda Davenport says:

    Enjoy and I will be following your experience with interest.

  6. Stephynie says:

    Awww, lil Justin!!! haha :)

    Stopping by to check on big Justin on my way home today don’t you worry Vicki :P

    Lovin’ the yellow shirt also, very true!

    take care and have fun!

    Stephynie

  7. Hélène says:

    Where is Vicki?

    Hélène

  8. Vicki says:

    Dear Helene, Stephyne, Lynda & Mark,

    Thanks for your comments! Hope you continue to read my posts.

    Cheers!

  9. Hélène Fournier says:

    Hello Vicki,

    This is your French homework to be done from Malawi. Please translate to French the following sentences:

    1- Mu ma pita kuti?
    2- Mu ku funa chiyani?
    3- Ndi ku topa.
    4- Nda kondwa.
    5- Ndi ma chokera.

    Have fun!

    Hélène Fournier

  10. aunt Jane says:

    Thanks for sharing your advenures i can hear that laugh of yours through all the misadventures something like the lady dectective Anyhow we had a great and healthy trip out west went to see the surgeon yesterday and Glenn passed with flying colours can do any thing he wants Cant imagine that the miracle was only 3 months ago to-day love Aunt Jane