AHHH! That has become one of our favorite things to hear...when our gps finally announces our arrival. The kids always excitedly ask "Is this our new home?" hehe. You can tell they are MK's. ;)
Life in the Curtis van has been CrAzY! I've barely had time to get the laundry done between conferences, much less make a post, but I thought I'd give you a quick update on how we're doing.
After my last post, we drove down to Georgia for a conference. The normally long ride was made even more interesting as everyone was getting sick. The Lord brought to my mind this sweet missionary wife and her furlough travels/sicknesses and all I can say is God really gave her a lot of grace!
We are still having fun, though. We take LOTS of time to "smell" the flowers along the way.
They enjoyed helping put John's and Romans together at our church's scripture work day...
...but it wasn't long before they were off playing. If you ask Anna how many best friends she has, she'll tell you "a LOT."
After trying a few things, I think we've found a way of packing that works for us. Thanks for all of your suggestions! We have a shoe bag, a Bible bag and a diaper bag. Then 2 LARGE duffle bags - one for the boys and one for the girls. In them, I have mesh wash bags which hold/separate all of our undergarments. Since our kids are little and we end up carrying everything, fewer the bags - the better. We also have a "cooler" bag between the seats with snacks.
Please continue to pray for us as we travel. Pray also that we may go back to the country we love and are called to. It seems like missionaries in Ukraine are going through so much right now. This sweet and dear missionary family has recently had their visas denied. We also just found out that the Hudson family, missionaries to Kiev Ukraine who came back to the states because of visa troubles, won't be returning this week as planned because Mrs. Catherine Hudson