Thursday, January 13, 2011

On Nation Navigation


Today my youngest son will be winging his way across the nation...from Arizona to Washington DC...with a layover in Chicago. That's the plan, at least, and I sincerely hope the weather cooperates.

His destination is Georgetown University, where he will interview on Friday for a spot in their med school. (My new mantra is "No delays, no cancellations, and plenty of time to make connections.")

Any prayers and positive thoughts you'd like to send our way for a safe, timely arrival and a terrific interview would be much appreciated!

=)

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41 comments:

Tracy said...

As prayers go up blessings come down

Kat said...

Good luck to your son. How exciting! I will keep him in my prayers, both for safe travel and a great interview. Kat

★Mumsy★ said...

Hope the weather co-operates, other than that, I'm sure he'll nail the interview! Prayer is with him!

yaya said...

Much luck for your baby today! I'm sure he'll do great. I love DC and what a great place to visit him and have many wonderful "blog worthy" moments in the future! We need good Docs so hopefully all will go great for him.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I will be praying. The weather has been so bad lately. Hope the interview goes well too.

Cheryl said...

Much luck to your son.

Momza said...

How exciting! Will hold good thoughts for your boy!

Gattina said...

That's quiet a long way ! In 1971 we travelled with my American aunt and uncle from Madison/Wiscosin,where they lived to Yellowstone park, Mount Rushmore, Las Vegas, etc back to Madison in total 6000 km, lol ! Of course in July without an airconditionned car, those were times !
Good luck to your son !

Dixie Mom said...

Oh boy. I will definitely be well wishing him the whole way there. As if its not hard enough having to be interviewed...he has to endure the winter travel issues. Tell him to keep his chin up...the blog ladies are on his side!!

Laraine Eddington said...

You got it Sue.

marisworld said...

I shall keep eveything crossed for him - how exciting....

Jenny said...

How exciting. Sending prayers for a smooth flight and a successful ending to the trip.

You must be so proud of him. He sounds like a gem, Sue.

Donna said...

I remember when my DIL was interviewing med schools and how stressful this was! She did well and they have a wonderful life...hope all goes exactly the same for your son!!! (yes, praying for him and good weather...)

Jess said...

What fun to be at that stage in life- flinging from here to there and everywhere. I hope all goes well today.

anitamombanita said...

awesome! you must be very proud! and rightly so!
xo

Grandma Honey said...

Yes I will pray for him, and for you. I do lots of praying when my kids travel. Lots.

Y. Ikeda said...

Keeping my fingers crossed!

Lola said...

Hope your son's flight is unaffected by weather, strikes and air traffic controller shutdowns as here in Europe!

Good luck to him!

XOXO Lola:)

Judie said...

Sue, its a good time to get out of Tucson. I wish him great success at Georgetown. It is a little snowy up there right now, though!

a moderate life said...

Hi Sue! Bet of luck to your son! Being a doctor is a blessed thing. My dad was one and even though he is retired, he continues to help those in need. Following you from Alphabet thursday and thanks for your visit last week to a moderate life! All the best! Alex

Van said...

Aw! So sweet of you to worry, but I'm sure everything will work out and be alright! :)

Lisalulu said...

Does this mean all his testing in Nov went well????? good luck on all accounts for him..Georgetown, whoo hoo that would be great!

Bonnie said...

Prayers and positive thoughts coming his way!! How exciting, you must be so proud of him. I see you on Terra's sittingonanoak blog and always enjoy your positive comments. I thought I come over and say hello.

paige said...

Good luck to him! I love your mantra. :)

RedTedArt said...

Oh! Good luck!!!

Maggy

Mary said...

Best wishes for him, keeping my fingers crossed :-)

MaƱana Mama said...

Good luck to your boy!
~M

Darlene said...

I know he will do well on the interview. I just hope he will make it there with no problems. We have prayed for him today and I keep praying almost constantly. He is such a great guy and we are so proud of him. Sure would be nice to know, however, just where he will be going to school this fall, wouldn't it?

Mumsy said...

Wishing him the very best...said prayers for his flight to go smoothly and all to work out for him. Hugs

Wendy said...

What a beautiful place to go visit and live. Best of luck to him. If they've asked him to come that's a great compliment. They just don't ask everyone.

edenhills said...

Oh, certainly hoping for the best of luck on his trip!

Teresa

Karen Mortensen said...

All the best to your son. Hope he has a good trip.

NanE said...

Saying prayers for your Son for safe travels and his acceptance! You must be so proud. blessings, Nan

Vintagesouthernlife said...

Praying for a safe trip and a positive outcome. I know you are proud.

Jo said...

how exciting ... wishing him a very pleasant experience!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

Prayers going out for your son! He will be in our neck of the woods. We're about 30 minutes away from DC! Wishing him all of the best and safe travels.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Hope the flight went well for your son. Also that his interview goes well, too!

H said...

Prayers that all goes well and that he is given his opportunity!

Pondside said...

I'm too late to offer much more than 'I hope it went well for him'!

Splendid Little Stars said...

Now it's Sunday, and I hope all went well and smoothly for him.

Amy said...

I remember when my brother was interviewing for med schools. Such a stressful time. I wish him luck!

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