Yes, our home assignment 2015 has come to an end. It actually ended a couple weeks ago, but while I was preoccupied with getting out an email update to let everyone know that, I failed to update you here on the blog. We arrived home safely on August 13. Thanks for praying us through the travels. The trip to the border through Texas was predictably tedious with lots of traffic, and the bridge crossing and 600 mile drive from the border to San Juan del Río was smooth and we weren’t even asked to show any documents or even to speak to any officials. It was a bit surreal that the Mexico side of the trip was so easy.
Since arriving home, we’ve gotten some rest, we’ve had two Sunday house church services, we’ve begun a new homeschool year, we’ve had two guests for the past week who were here videotaping and taking photos for a couple of Camino-related ministries, and we’ve been trying to catch up on giving the house we rent some needed attention.
I enjoyed talking to the videographer/photographer throughout the past week and last night I brought out my point and shoot Canon to show it to him and see if he could refresh my memory on some of the functions (it really does a lot more than I use or know how to use…many features I learned at one time but have since forgotten out of lack of practice). Looks like I need to go back to the Youtube videos that users have uploaded to demonstrate various features.
We like our new Camino Global mug!