We are five days into my Man's 10 day trip to Nepal.
God has been awfully good to us and we are doing well. Darrin and three men from our church left at 4 am Monday morning and spent the next day and a half traveling across the world. His purpose there is to teach and encourage the Nepali people.
We are able to send texts back and forth which has been a wonderful perk but since the time difference is nearly 11 hours, there are just a few windows of time in 24 hours where both of us are awake enough to communicate.
When I wake up in the morning the training that he is participating in is just finishing and by 10 am in my morning, he is hitting the sleeping bag in his night time. As the days are ending for the kids and I here and we are crawling into our beds, Darrin is eating breakfast and preparing to teach for the day.
So, we've taken to writing things down on our "Nepal Wall" so that we can remember to tell him and ask him when we have the opportunity.
We are keeping to our normal schedule during these days and the time seems to be passing as quickly as we'd hoped.
I've been writing daily updates at our church's website and you can access them via the link below…
- Nearing Nepal
- Safe and Set Up
- Teachers and Students… 1st Day of Class
- On Family, Food, and an Unfortunate Chicken
Check back in a few days for some daddy's gone tales...