Still no sign of Chris & Norma. They're having trouble with Interpol and getting their car back across the border, so we may not see them til Tuesday! Brad & Ruth are very nice and hopefully won't get sick of their unexpected guest by then :>P I said before I left that I was going to trust that any detour I took on this trip would be God's way of getting me where He wanted me to go, so I guess I'm supposed to be with Ruth & Brad for a bit! It is nice to be with people close to my age and I am predisposed to like them because they are British, I'm not going to lie. So that's all good.
Eyes haven't hurt yet today, except the faintest bit when I first got up. Praise God! Hoping it stays that way. Nose is a bit drippy, but I'm pretty sure that's a good thing at this point.
Sitting in the Theological College of Zimbabwe while Ruth & Brad get work done. Finally online for the first time since I got literally 3 minutes to check my email on Wed morning at the airport in Jo-burg.
Things are good. It's hot here but has still been getting quite cool at night. If I ignore the possibility of bugs (or any other crazy things like monkeys) that might sneak in my window at night with no screen, I can have a lovely breeze while I sleep (which makes for better sleeping :>).
Should probably keep sorting thru emails.
Love to all,
-the one in Zim
ps - the time difference is making me crazy - I could be on skype with someone but it's after 3am at home, so no one is on. alas...