We are here — over 24 hour later, some food that I don’t find appealing but others love and I’m SO glad they do), and there are two things I can tell you for sure that are a part or all of God’s salvation stories:

1. We really don’t know what we’re doing.  I’m not trying to embarrass Steve R. (one of our group) by posting this picture.  He actually looked the best of us after traveling across the world, but I can’t figure out how to make this work and I’m tired and ready for a new experience tomorrow.  P.S.  Tag:  Steve, You’re “it” tomorrow to post on our adventure.

The very thing of not being able to make my agenda of putting a “funny” picture reveals God’s heart in our adventures.  It is a beautiful no fail heart:

I am a link in a chaiN
A bound of connection between persons
Therefore I will trust Him
whatever I am, I can never be thrown away
if I m in sickness, My sickness may serve Him
In perplexity, my perplexity may serve him
If ‘m in sorow, my sorrow may serve him]m

He does nothing in vain|
He knows what he is about

So healing in frantic flights and dis-shelvelved arrangements, He’s unflappable.