4 thoughts on “Newsletter No.10

  1. Hi Dean and Ruth!

    Sounds like you are having a great time in Bolivia! Funny how we are all being attracted back to Bolivia… I gather you know that we are moving to Cochabamba in October so we will have to meet up before you go back to the UK. Just a quick visa question – did you have to get your birth certificates translated to get your visa? Just trying to work out what we need to get done before we go. If you could let us know that would be fab.

  2. HELLO!

    You got married! And you didn’t tell me! Will I ever forgive you? Of course! Sorry about the enthusiasm – am just so excited to have found you. Have spent ages looking over the years but it seemed like you had disappeared.

    What you’re doing sounds great and I’m going to spend a while reading through all your posts. Andy & I have emigrated to Australia and have been here for just over a year.

    Anyway, would love to hear from you when you get a moment,

    God Bless,
    Love Carla & Andy xxx

  3. Hi guys,

    found you at last. Looks like you are having a fruitful time.

    Whats yuor email Dean – I want to email you.

    Lots of love to you both


  4. Hello Dean and Ruth,

    Been following your diary for a while now and been meaning to drop you a line for ages. I hope you are both well; it seems that you are having such a rewarding time. Have bumped into Alex a few times as we share the same dance class and I have caught up on all the news.

    As for me, am still at Hemel School teaching History but am now the Deputy Head of the Sixth Form [which really means I have an office now to hide in!]. All is good but we do miss your presence at HHS – assemblies no longer have the ‘Such touch’!

    May God bless you in all your work


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