Old Doxoblogy

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

There And Back Again!

As you may or may not know, I married a foreigner. My wife is from Mexico. She came to the United States legally on a fiance visa, (ATTENTION: SARCASM AHEAD)so she's not one of the Mexicans that has destroyed America (END OF SARCASM).

Anyway, after eight years of marriage, she has decided to become a U. S. Citizen. Her appointment for the citizenship interview was yesterday in Memphis TN.

She passed the exam with flying colors and is now waiting on a letter from the Department of Homeland Security telling her where and when the Ceremony to be sworn in as a Citizen will be.
So, Congratulations Magaly!!!


Rose~ said...

Congratulations, Magaly!
Having gotten to know her for one afternoon, I am highly qualified to declare that she will make a fine citizen of this country.
Are we going to be invited to come on over to the citizenship celebration? We'll bring the bittersweet chocolate and mixed nuts.

Magaly said...

Thank you Jeremy!
You're so sweet, I just have to say with out your help I would not done it. I love you.

Thank you, I am so proud to become an american now. We have to let you know later when is the ceremony.

Jeremy Weaver said...

You heard it here first, folks.
I'm Sweet!!!

D.J. Cimino said...

Congrats from the Cimino's!!

ThirstyDavid said...

Congratulations, Mrs. Weaver, and welcome to the USA! I'm sure you'll be a better citizen than many of us natives.

I always knew you were sweet, I just never said so; and I'm not saying it now, either.

I think the Weavers already have all the mixed nuts they need.

Jeff Wright said...

Congratulations Magaly!

Please let Christie and I know when the celebration is.

John Rush said...

I'm happy for you both! Good deal!

Thanks for the sarcasm warning. Without it I would have been blown away by your insensitivity. :)



Steve Weaver said...


Susan said...

Felicitations. If I erred in the espagnol, blame Sesame Street; The only words I'm learning there are 'salta' and 'abierta/serada'.
Seriously, welcome and congrats!

Jan Weaver said...

Congratulations my daughter. Alot has happened over the time since we first met you. I remember as if it was yesterday. We had just come to your little city as missionaries, and I fell in love with Santiago Tuxtla and with you. The rest is history. Thank the Lord for your glorious salvation and being added to our family. Love, Mama

Joe said...

Congratulations to Magaly!

And thanks for the sarcasm warning, Sir Darth. Might have missed it otherwise.

As for your being sweet...I'll let others be the judge of that.

I may be dumb, but I ain't stupid.

Gordon Cloud said...

Good for you, Magaly.