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School, and open house fun


August 20, 2018

One day a few weeks ago, I was walking through the café with my arms full of items, Brad said "Lindsay we need to go talk to the Ship Security Officer (also known as the SSO) and I know the look on my face had to be complete and utter confusion. He then said "I received an email about the screening and positions they need, let's just go talk to him". I really wanted to be a part of the screening event coming up and he was willing to help me in any way possible.

Let me give a little bit of a back story as this is a new blog for a new field service. I worked, and will continue to work in the post-operative recovery room as a nurse part time (that is a complicated issue for a whole other blog of its own). I had heard that there was a need on the screening team for this field service and I immediately emailed the screening team leader to ask if they would be willing to allow me to help, in the complicated part time hours but was quickly told no. I must admit I had been …
6 days. She utters sweetly under her breath, and then it immediately follows with "my tummy hurts" as that has been her most common phrase since she received news of the official date.

Kaitlyn has been in 2nd grade with one other student for the majority of the school year. Ben is his name and he is from Brazil, South America. He has such a spunky, funny, creative, and sensitive personality and the Morgan family quickly grew to love him.

Kaitlyn and Ben are peas in a pod! She has said multiple times " I love him". It is the "he is my best friend" kind of love, but still sweet. Friendships and relationships are different on the ship, as you live together and play together around the clock. What has only been 10 months, feels like years because they are ALWAYS together.