Congratulations on your new assignment
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Congratulations, Wayne, on your new assignment!
Congratulations on your new assignment. How wonderful to be associated with a parish that has a school. I will continue to keep you in my prayers. I hope that you will still have time to blog about your new assignment. I have certainly enjoyed reading your blogs about life in Rome and your explanations of church laws.
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You will be busy, for sure! Congratulations! I love hearing the excitement as you write about your new assignments. The churches are lovely and I pray that the transition will be smooth. I do hope that you are able to find the time to continue to blog. I don’t follow many blogs on a daily basis (not even a handful!), but yours is one that I enjoy seeing in my inbox. God bless you! Michele F.
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On behalf of Air Force Housing professionals around the world, congratulations on your new assignment and we encourage you to reach out for personalized service to create a seamless transition to your new home.PS Sorry the mention of your 12th anniversary celebration and congratulations got lost in the shuffle on Sun. 😦 It was truly unintended. Loved the Don Henley style of announcing your new assignment:) Congratulations on your new assignment at Smith College. As a parent of an international student (from India), it was a difficult decision both financially and emotionally to see our daughter leave home two and a half years ago. But, today, having seen her transform into this accomplished young woman, we can’t thank Smith College and the faculty and staff more than what they have already done. We look forward to your leadership to help such young women take on the world in their own right and prove their worth by their capabilities and accomplishments. Congratulations on your new assignment and welcome to the foreign affairs community! As you plan for your departure, there are many preparations you must make. This is a very exciting time for you but it is not without its stresses. The foreign affairs lifestyle is unique and one that many outsiders have trouble grasping. While your immediate family (spouse / partner / children) may be accompanying you to post, your parents, other relatives, and friends will no doubt barrage you with questions about where you're going and why, what your life at post will be like, and when they will see and hear from you again.