The US so far.

We've been in the US for two months already?  Crazy right!  

Our time home has been such a blessing.  In the past three years of being on the Africa Mercy whenever I have been home it has been like a sprint to see friends, family, to fundraise, and update churches.  This time home is more like a marathon.  I/we have been able to spend quality time with friends, family, churches, and each other.  We've also been able to do a bit of traveling.  Trips to Virginia, Ohio, NH, New York, and our course all around Massachusetts.  Greg and I have also been blessed in being able to spend time with our church family and really connect with old friends and also make new.  Blessings upon blessings.  

We put this slide show together to give you a glimpse of the many amazing friends and family that we have been able to see and catch up with over these months.  We don't have pictures of every event or friend but this will at least give you and idea.  

*sidenote: Thanks ESPECIALLY to Mom and Dad for letting us live with you, eat your food, take your car, and drive you crazy at times.  We are so excited to be able to spend this special time with you as we visit with friends but also prepare for the arrival of our little one.  We love you.  May God bless you in everything you do for His Glory!

At this point we are about 2-3 weeks away from meeting our little girl and are SUPER excited (and a little nervous) about her arrival.  I/we will update as soon as we hear or FEEL more.. hehe 

Ephesians 1:3 ~ Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms, with every spiritual blessing in Christ

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