Sunday, August 30, 2009

I Really Like Tea

On Tuesday my wife and I will be moving to England where I will be doing doctoral work for the next few years. While I will continue to post regularly, it will be a little tougher without regular access to the team and far more regular access to pubs. I'll try to keep tabs on everyone's favorite GM, though he may be less pleased now that I'm calling him at all hours of the night due to the time difference. Bucky may see more regular posting duty as a result, but he drinks a lot more on the job than most security guards . . . actually, about the same, so he may not post as much as he'd like. Anyway, I just thought I should let you all know in case you don't hear from me for a little while as we get settled out there. Once I have internet access up and running I'll make sure to resume regular posting.

10 comments:

mamabetsy said...

This makes me sad

JWagg said...

:(

Ah well, hope you and your wife enjoy England.

When you post, you'll still post in American, right??

Anonymous said...

noooooooooooooo

Big West said...

good luck....we'll miss you during the re-adjustment period!

Anonymous said...

Got together your list of responses to
"Ain't from around here, are ya, boy?"

(Of course, they'll do the translation as they sneer it at you.)

When you own the place, hold me a nice spot on a beach, willya?
Good luck!Have fun!
Joe

Anonymous said...

The most disappointing news of the day.

Roberto E. Alejandro said...

Thanks for all the love guys, I appreciate it. And yes, I will still post in American, with the occasional "mates" or "bloke" thrown in.

cheshirecat9 said...

Good luck with your new adventures. I hope the re-adjustment period isn't too long, the post season is coming up quickly.

Roberto E. Alejandro said...

I know, they better carry the playoffs via satellite, or they will rue the day they ever made a treaty with the U.S. that makes it so easy for Americans to acquire student visas.

TribeGirl said...

Roberto - they have a great satellite service over there. While you won't get YES, you can get plenty of American channels (ESPN & such...). I saw the playoffs when I was in Europe in the early-mid part of the decade, but that was via Armed Forces Network. However, I also had satellite through SKY and they showed them as well. Good Luck and once you get used to the weather, you'll love England. It's very very easy and cheap to travel all over Europe so make sure you take advantage while you're there!

BTW - what are you studying in England? Lots of Jeter (and ARod) fans over there....