Well, I arrived home just in time for my little girl's birthday. I got in at 7:30 PM last night and got to sleep by midnight. I hit the ground running at 5:30 this morning. I'm not too jet lagged, so back to real life. I have forms to fill out and exams to give. I've got to start cooking my meals and being a teacher and dad again. There are lots of things that I missed so it's good to be home. But I don't think I'm being hyperbolic when I say that my visit to Antarctica changed my life. I will always remember it and I thank everyone who made it possible. Now I will spend some time getting the word out about the incredible things that the NSF and USAP(abbreviation) United States Antarctic Program are doing down there. Now ... where did I leave my keys to my classroom?