You might notice that the number of blogs posted since our return to the States the first part of August has been 3. That’s about one per month. That’s pretty pathetic.
I guess it’s just really hard to compare our life here with our life in Kenya….it all seems so mundane and usual and NOT blog worthy. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, just a REALLY different thing.
I notice that I can drive for long distances here and be daydreaming the whole time. None of that knuckle gripping tense driving that is par for the course in Kenya. No need to constantly scan the environment for dangers. No need to dodge people, vehicles or animals.
So, I guess you’ll all just have to adjust your expectation of what this blog is gonna be now, and I will too.
No more amazing tales of African adventures. Now you’ll be getting disgusting tales of baby, preschool and kindergarten kids, which can be just as entertaining, I’m sure.
I am thankful and adjusting well to regular life again. Thank goodness we don’t have cockroaches, disgustingly large spiders/locusts/crickets/beetles, or random goats/chickens walking through buildings (or our house).
I am thankful for the wonderful group of family and friends who supported us while we were in Kenya, and that we know get to see some part of the group almost daily. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!
And now, for a few pictures that highlight our first few months home from Kenya: