Published: May 27th 2010May 27th 2010
This is a fairly new highway in between Dickson and Columbia past where Anthony goes to school.
Heads Up - We are on the move!
But alas only for a short trip. The travel bug just won't leave us alone.
When we placed our membership at Walnut Street Church of Christ it was soon after that the Mission committee approached us to ask if we would do some traveling on their behalf. Of course we were honored, and thrilled to be a part of overseas mission work. It's in the blood, not much you can do about it.
So, for now, please keep our travel in your prayers as we prepare to leave this coming Saturday morning for Cumbernauld, Scotland.
We are hopeful to be in worship with the Christians there on Sunday morning and share a add a dish meal with them in the afternoon.
MMMM? I wonder if they speak Swahili? Doubtful I suppose ... although a fellow worker today in jest made a comment that they might think I was speaking a foreign language. :) Now, I have no idea why he would say that? Do I have an accent?
Having been on the other side of guests coming from home to a foreign land, we are hoping to
This is a picture of the ROAD we would normally be driving on by the Piney River. 9 feet over the road!
be a blessing and encourage them in their work. I am excited, Anthony is already dreading the plane ride. It is a bit uncomfortable for the guys I am sure. But it's just one big adventure to me and I love traveling - no matter where.
As for a general update on life here in Tennessee, many of you may have heard about the flood a few weeks back. I have attached some pictures. It is truly devastating to so many. Please keep all them in your prayers for their lives to be on the mend and back to some form of normalcy.
School is almost out for Anthony - two more days. He's celebrating.
We have a garden, 15 tomato plants, 2 jalapeno's, and 2 squash mounds with 9 squash plants in each. Anyone need squash!!
The house is coming along great for those final touches. I may try to get some pics of it on here too. But don't hold me to it - we are still learning the MAC way. Today was the first day in the nearly year that we have had it that we attached a picture to an email without
This is the house that Anthony's mom and dad lived in for years, then we lived there before moving in 2006 for Tanzania. Notice the back deck? It's floating. It was totaled.
an act of congress!
For now, enjoy live - do the next right thing and watch for Scotland updates soon.
There are more photos below