In the last month alone Kevin and I have
Flown on 11 planes
Traveled through 10 countries
Rode on 4 buses (2 of them crossing international lines)
Taken 3 Tuk Tuk rides
Spent 2 days on Bicycles
and 1 day cruising the countryside in Vietnam on a motorbike
and now we are home.
I’m not even sure if the emotions i’m having are a result of
reverse culture shock,
or just my emotional self,
but let me tell you,
i’m all over the freaking map, friends.
yesterday I laughed, I cried,
and I sat silent wrapped in my own thoughts
trying the figure out what i’d even consider “home” to be right now.
Thankfully, I don’t need four walls of my own to call home.
My home is my husband, and he’s by my side, so all is well.
This morning I woke up early, and just sat with the Lord in utter thanksgiving.
Who I am to have experienced what I did in the last six months?
It overwhelms me to think that he is So good and knows our hearts and opens doors to feed our desires.
I then spent time writing down the verses that have impacted me the most in these past six months.
Oh friends, God has changed me in Nepal and has grown and repaired my heart.
He has taken so many hurts and turned them around in a beautiful bouquet of forgiveness and peace.
I hope to share more of this with you soon, but for now, I’m still just thanking God for his faithfulness.
thank you dear friends,
who encouraged me through our time in Nepal.
I’m looking forward to sharing more of our time from Nepal, Europe, and SE Asia with you hopefully soon!
And PS- Don’t forget about the Photo Shoot Link-up on the 15th! Can’t wait to see your lovely photos:)