We’re home. Pausing a moment to let that sink in.
I feel like a new woman compared to last night when I didn’t know who or where I was or what in the world was going on. I just wanted to curl up in a ball and cry. I actually did allow myself the luxury of a few tears after I tried to take a cold shower (we came home to a busted water heater) and lasted 15 seconds. Cold showers in Ohio are NOT the same as cold showers in Cambodia.
Here we are. I have hundreds, no THOUSANDS, of thoughts and emotions swirling through my brain. I’ve always been brain-swirled, but this is a bit much. Trusting God to get me through this.
THANK YOU for going along with us on our journey to Cambodia. Some of you expressed sadness that our trip was already over, because you were enjoying all the posts. WELL. Can I just say that we have THOUSANDS (and no, this is not an exaggeration) of pictures from our trip and hundreds of stories to go along with them?
We’ll be in Cambodia for a long, long time, friends.
Each of our girls got all teary in the airport when we hugged them for the first time, and it was one of the most beautiful moments EVER. Our three have fallen in love with the other 22 and are dying to go with us the next time we go. If you only knew how badly I want to help make this happen.
Well, my sweet neighbor A. has offered me a hot shower two doors down at her place, so I’m heading there now. Thank you, thank you, thank you, friend! Then it’s off to church where both Cambodia teams will be sharing with the rest of the church about our trips. Wowzers.
Thank you for you love and prayers, friends. You’re beyond awesome.