Brysons at AES

Our first trip to the American Embassy School in New Delhi week of August 5th 2013.


9 thoughts on “Brysons at AES

  1. Erin Adcock

    Wow! It’s great to hear from you! We’re glad you arrived safely & will look forward to your posts on this blog. Parker & Luke want to know if Connor & Thomas can Skype in India. Or email?? What is the best way for them to keep in touch? We wish you well as you embark on your journey!!!!
    Erin Adcock

  2. lanainsweden

    Wow! I’m looking forward to reading posts so I can share in what’s sure to be a great adventure!!. Nothing challenges or changes a person more than getting out of their comfort zone. I suspect you’re pretty far out but with your positive perspective you’re going to widen that zone and discover things about yourself you never knew. Thanks for posting!!

  3. Christian Macey

    I love that you’re doing this! Details, keep them coming. You are loved & missed dearly!

  4. Dave Miller

    Hi Karen,

    Thanks for the update. We wish you the best! We know all about those monsoon’s here in Arizona.

    Love, Dave and Tiff

  5. Lisa Webster


    We are so excited that you are sharing your wonderful adventure with us. We love you and will miss having you at family gatherings.

    Lisa Webster

  6. Kaye

    I am so glad to hear from and and will look forward to you frequent updates. Maybe each of you could take a turn each week and write something for your perspective so we can get everyone’s view on this new experience. i do miss you terribly., but am glad for all of you for your experiences that you will carry with you throughout the rest of your lives.

  7. Dorothy Bryson

    It’s so thrilling to see how each of you are coping with your new environs. I love your updates and its getting me in the mood to travel there to see you. There is nothing like America anywhere in the world We are so blessed and so spoiled! Love you all!

  8. Dan & Julia Doxey

    Hi Brysons!
    We are now officially loyal followers of your blog. Seriously. We share your experiences with our kids regularly, and have to say it’s a refreshing dose of reality/multiculturalism/life that everyone needs but may not know it. I’m sure you’ve heard this before, but your family is carving out permanent memories/life experiences that will be remembered for eons of time. Keep up the great blog posts! We love it!


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