Settling In

The sun is shining brightly, and the temperature is making us feel like spring is just about here in Kansas. How wonderful it is to be back!

Walking into our home normally brings with it a home-sweet-home smell. Last night, though, was different. The kitchen smelled sour. After some investigating, we still hadn’t turned up the source of the odor.

A little later, Melanie brought a breakfast casserole and sausage over for us. How kind! As she opened the freezer to place the sausage in it, she noticed the cornbread was moldy, and we realized the freezer was not cold. Our fridge/freezer had died sometime during the early part of our trip. Although it is in our main refrigerator, we had cleared the perishables from the fridge before leaving. We’re glad it’s under warranty.

Little things one notices… The calendar that needs to be flipped from February to March (almost to April too!)… The bedrooms that are so quiet; we’re used to a noisy air conditioner running in the bus… Eating at a table with real silverware… Happy nieces…

We are grateful for the Lord’s protection yesterday. The wind was extremely strong, but we made it home.

Our hearts are full and happy. I still have two trip reports to share with you. They are in progress.

Serving Jesus,

Talk about moldy!
Our delicious breakfast Nathan’s family made for us!
The little girls made many pictures for us.
Tina has grown up a lot!
Hmmmm. A budding photographer!
A and B were anxious to help unload.
But, first, the girls wanted to get in the bunk beds.





Lots of mail to sort. We had some sent to us too.

“I will mention the lovingkindnesses of the LORD,
and the praises of the LORD,
according to all that the LORD hath bestowed on us,
and the great goodness toward the house of Israel,
which he hath bestowed on them according to his mercies,
and according to the multitude of his lovingkindnesses.”
Isaiah 63:7

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