Today is the day we were due to fly back to the Sudan. Well, we're still at home in South Africa. Our visas are still not ready; they should be ready in the next day or two. So we probably will fly out after the weekend.
While I'm pleased to have a little more time at home, especially with our precious family, I'm a type of person who likes things to go according to plan. Now I have to exercise patience and make good use of the remaining time here at home.
At the same time, my trusty laptop suddenly started doing strange things last week. It would turn off while I was in the middle of blogging. It would turn on again and most times my e-mails would "hang" Our younger son, Angus, who is the IT specialist in the area, has taken my machine home. He will let me know tomorrow what the outcome of his diagnosis is. I have been a bit stressed out about this, and once again, I have had to trust God.
I am using John's desktop computer whenever it is free.
Meanwhile, my husband and I are travelling up to Johannesburg on Friday. He has business to attend to there.
To bring a little serenity and normalcy into my life, I have posted a beautiful photo which John took in the Drakensberg mountains a few months ago.