I suppose that when I said that we would have internet by the end of the week, I really meant by the end of the next week. I'm starting to see that around here customer service is given good lip service, but with no follow-up. Thankfully then embassy here is fantastically supportive and Brandon was loaned a router until things are sorted out with the internet company. We only have internet on the first floor, but that's what happens when you live in a three-story concrete house.
We are starting to settle in after waves one two and three of stuff washed over us in a three-day period. My goal this week is to finish up all of the unpacking and then maybe start to organize my life.
In a short review, the trip here was amazingly easy (thank-you Benadryl and Lunesta), and all of the people who have helped out have been wonderful. I have a new standard to live up to when I get to be a social sponsor. Our house is wonderful, and even the weather hasn't been as unpleasant as I feared.
So, life is good.
Stay tuned for updates (and maybe even pictures one day).