Thursday, October 8, 2015

We really didn't die this time...

It's been way too long, and I'm very sorry.

But....We are going back to Honduras!!!!
I know, I know...finally.

We have been back in the States for almost five months. It's been a loooooong time since we've really spent much time here, and it's weird. Culture shock is weird. There's an interesting phenomenon that seems to happen to most of us- you live somewhere forever, then leave for a little while and when you come back, it's scary. It took me a few months of going out in service here before  I stopped having a mini-panic attack every time we drove up to a door in service. I still get a little freaked out on the freeway- that's just embarrassing.

We've been keeping pretty busy here. Zach has been working for a brother in the congregation, and I've been trying to clear out all the stuff we still have. I thought we'd gotten rid of pretty much everything...nope. This is also why there haven't been any posts- you are not interested in that.

But we go back in just over a month, and then there will be all sorts of exciting things to talk about.


In the meantime, have a photo from the assembly right before we left for the States. We had a nice surprise- a brother and sister from Pioneer School who live in El Salvador came just to give a talk.


And now you're blog-famous, Taiye.

2 comments:

  1. We know how it is to have reverse culture shock! When we were back in the U.S. everything seemed so strange to us. I admit the freeway did freak me out. Even when we were in the parking lot ans someone stopped so we could cross I was all confused because here that would NEVER happen. And we also know about getting rid of junk. Living far away makes you realize what is important and what is just junk that you can live without. Hope it works to get back to Honduras soon! - Linka (amissionaryslife.wordpress.com)

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  2. Looking forward to more posts when you get back to Honduras! Glad to hear you are alive and well :)

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