The Long Awaited Return (To The Blog)

Posted: October 12, 2013 in Egypt, The Blog

Red Sea

When the blog last left you all, I was running marathons and being awesome.  The bad news is I haven’t ran more than four miles at one time in any sitting since the marathon but the good news is I’m still awesome.  One for two ain’t bad.

The summer didn’t bring much in the way of excitement or anything of significance to report,  I was simply preparing to embark on my next great adventure:  brokering peace in the Middle East.

My successes in South Korea were well documented — it’s no coincidence Kim Jong-Il was extinguished during my watch — and while the mission and the environment in the Sinai are definitely different, I’m hoping that the experiences are just as rewarding.  And once again, I’m hoping to share those experiences with you fine folks.

I landed safely in Egypt a little more than a month ago and have been doing just fine since.  I’m staying busy with work — winning hearts and minds never stops — but I hope to post periodic updates and pictures on the blog when I can so check back once in a while, you just might learn something.


It’s a rough mission but somebody’s got to do it.

  1. Kelly says:

    Looking good Matt! I enjoy catching up via your writing- and it’s not said enough -THANK YOU for your service

  2. Matt says:

    Thanks, Kelly, I really appreciate it! It’s good to hear from you!

  3. MikeK says:

    Great vista, Matt. Good to see you’re still kicking ass and chewing bubble gum. Continue doing so

  4. jan says:

    My love & prayers are with you each day. Bless those who serve. Come home to us safe.

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