Thanks, Everyone

Golly, I’ve been deeply touched by the out-pouring of comments here and on Facebook. We were already looking forward to Glasgow, but by sharing your enthusiasm and your joy, y’all have raised the pitch of our anticipation to an entirely new register.
 
Unfortunately, my flat for the first year (at least) will be small — tiny, by U.S. standards, especially for someone as far along as I — but we’ll see if we can work up to a space with adequate guest room. And even in my tiny flat for this year, there‘s a sofa-bed.
 
Much to do, now, and a whole mountain of questions that I’ll begin asking in separate threads. Again, though, my heart thrills at the awareness that y’all are with us in this adventure, and I’m all the more thankful that the internet affords us an easy way to keep in touch.

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