Safe and Sound

Thanks for all your emails. Sasha and I are safe and sound. Despite the 8.8 quake and resulting tsunami, Sasha and I had no idea it even happened until we saw flashing red coastlines on the local news (we had to guess what they meant).

It might force us to change our travel plans, but that’s nothing compared to the havoc it’s wreaked across the country.

We’ll share some pictures and stories from our travels soon, but wanted to let you all know we were safe.

A quick teaser from last night… Sasha was literally begged to sing Celine Dion’s “My heart will go on” at the karaoke bar we stumbled into last night. Hands clasped together the man said “Please, please, please”, and she didn’t let him down.

10 Responses to “Safe and Sound”
  1. Was JUST thinking about you. Thanks for posting.

  2. Michelle says:

    Be safe and well! And I have classic Sasha karaoke video – I am sure she rocked it.

  3. Wendi says:

    Thank you soooooo much for posting—I was worried about you guys! Now I am concerned about the local Karaoke stars who will lose their jobs now that Sasha is on the scene!

  4. kim says:

    Thanks so much for letting us know you are okay. I thought you were in a safe place, but my little worrier was not as easily convinced, I was glad to be able to reassure her. I’m afraid to tell Molly and Lilly about Sasha’s karaoke, they will be very upset that they didn’t know about this talent.

  5. Russ says:

    What a way to start a trip!! Hopefully other earth shaking events don’t take place wherever you go.
    It will be interesting to see how the rest of your trip plays out.
    Just see and do as much as you can!!

  6. Jale says:

    Can we see a video? I want to compare her karaoke skills to my other experience in Baku in this strange karaoke bar. She also picked a weird song!!! 😀

  7. Kalyan Neelamraju says:

    Josh, glad to hear that you’re both okay. Stay safe.

  8. Sahar Massachi says:

    I’m glad you guys are OK.


    (high five)

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