Leaving is Always Hard
22.09.2012 - 22.09.2012 73 °F
Today we are leaving our friends in Chateauguay to return to Durham. Pastor Daniel's wife Josee hosted us for early breakfast at 6:30 am. There were eggs, bacon, sausage, baked beans, toast and coffee. Yum, yum, what a great send-off.
The drive to Burlington was uneventful and passing through Immigration Control was easy. Flights were smooth except when we passed through a cold front which gave us a brief bumpy ride. All the luggage arrive on the same plane as us--hurrah!
Now, home to bed after a long day.
It has been a very good week. We've made new friends in Ottawa and especially in Chateauguay. We hope to see them again someday. We've worked for refugees and for the hungry, and gone home tired. But it's a good tired that comes from following God where He leads and doing work He gives us to do. By making this trip, we have found God working in Canada and joined Him in that work.