Sunday, January 18, 2015

Safe at home...



The beast that flew us home...
We did hAve a slight delay... 
(Caused by the three of us!!) 

Well, when you think your window might have a crack in it, you mention it...
1st stewardess looks at it... 2nd stewardess takes a peek,  photos taken, co-pilot leaving cockpit to check it out for himself... Lots of getting up and moving to the back to let them "check it out"... And... We finally got the a-ok... 

Just water between the two panes of glass...

We only caused a 15 minute delay... Better safe than sorry right??:)



Brothers... Together again!

So thankful to be home with this sweetie pie... All the others too!


One last team photo before the last of us left Uganda!

I tell you, my heart is a torn...
I am SOOOOOO THANKFUL to be home with my crew all under the same roof!

But the adjustment is hard... Life here is so different from there... 

I immediately was overwhelmed by all of our stuff... Ergggg!  Lord, help me to simplify...

And I miss those precious kids... My heart was changed by the gems, the care givers, the babies, the team... And it is NOT easy to adjust back to life here...

I don't EVER want to return the same as when I left for Uganda... EVER!  I am so thankful for the work The Lord did in my heart!  Now comes the difficult part of decifering what that means for me/ us back here in the states!

Please being praying for little T, the gem I posted about...
He has been admitted to the hospital with pneumonia...
I remember sitting by him, holding his hand, and thinking... He is not much more than skin and bones, how would he ever survive a serious illness... He has a high fever.... Please be praying with is for quick healing...

More updates and lessons learned soon... Thanks for praying...

1 comment:

Jska said...

Any news on little T? X