… of all places.
PRAGUE, Czech Republic- Anyway, we’re leaving Prague today. I am not joining the New Silk Road Project expedition; I’m not riding in a Jeep with a group of young British explorers across the Caspian and through Central Asia and China.
Instead, I’m going to Montana.
My sister is getting married there.
I suppose I should end this month long go in Prague with a big “I did it!”
I took care of my two girls and ran the homefront on my own as my wife went to school. We had fun, we went to Austria, and I was also able to publish a few articles and get some work done on a couple of books.
At the onset my wife questioned whether or not I was up to the task, if I would put her and her schooling over my work, put myself in a very precarious situation with my career for her, and I did it.
Although I don’t yet know the ramifications are of essentially taking three months of not being able to work full-time.
There was also a tumultuous under-story at play that I won’t get into here.