I don't think that is how you spell it in Chinese, but I know that is how you say it. It means "hello" in Chinese. As soon as we got to Grand Saline this weekend, that was the first thing out of Cavett's mouth to Uncle John. (While working for Dell computers, John has been living in Shanghai for the past several years). I was worried that Cavett would pull the whole, "I'm shy" bit. But, even though he has seen John on only two other occasions in his life, it was as if they had been together for years.
It was another great weekend spent on the farm. All of Stephen's family was here except 2 of Karen's boys, Thomas and Stanton. The first couple of days were rainy and dreary, but today is gorgeous, just windy and cold. Cavett got to ride the pug, fish and play on the hay bales. We also ate very well. John had really good steaks and hamburgers shipped from New York.
We are so blessed with a wonderful family on both sides. There is no such thing in our family as the dreaded "in-laws."