After a bumpy 3 hour ride that included a bridge that was out and a subsequent (and suspect!) detour through Firestone’s rubber plantation, we arrived at Roberts International Airport in Monrovia. When we boarded the plane, I headed right to the bathroom. Who can say they’ve smiled and said prayers of thanksgiving for airplane lavatories?! This girl! I was so very grateful for running water and a toilet that flushed! Water is such a precious commodity in most of the world, and many of us in the U.S. take this for granted and don’t think twice when we turn on the spigots or flush toilets in our homes. May I always be this grateful for the life-giving gift of water!
In the Brussels airport now and will be leaving for Newark in about 2 hours.
Until next time, peace …
I never thought of seeing you in a bathroom. You are looking good
Agreed. People ask us how can you do that long flight? It is the most comfortable part of the trip! Can’t wait to see how god uses this trip on your life and ministry!