Wednesday, May 09, 2012

I had a dream...

No, this isn't be beginning of a generation defining speech...

Last night, I had a dream that we were home. Actually we were at a church gathering at Covenant Harvest Church. The dream felt so real that I wondered to myself if indeed I was dreaming.

I mean, I was around these guys...
How can you not smile looking at this?

I was also around other spiritual family members in worship. It seemed too good to be true and alas it was. Amy's alarm went off and that was it.

I suppose dreams are sometimes baked out of innate feelings in our subconscious and I suppose this time that was the case.

I haven't blogged much lately because it seems like life has essentially paused with few differences each day. Wake up, traffic, work, traffic, sleep. Obviously it's not that grim and we continue to labor in faith for everything we believe God sent us here for.

Still doesn't change the fact that there are a few other people I'd love to be around right now.

These guys...

These guys too...
 Hopefully we'll be home sometime soon...God willing.

In other news, I am in the market for a new driver. Kenneth unfortunately still isn't well and he doesn't think he will be anytime soon. I feel bad for him. I pray for healing. I told him to stay in touch as often as he can and let me know how he's fairing.

I have been driving us back and forth to work. This week, the government cleared the major road in front of our facility of all the oil tankers than park by the side of the road causing major traffic day and night allowing it to be a safe haven for road side robbers.

This move is appreciated by many including myself because Amy's security is paramount. I am not a government basher but honestly, there isn't much positive to speak about the government here. But this move is laudable.

One more thing, if you see anyone in the above pictures before I do, please give him/her a kiss for me and remind him/her that their favorite Uncle can't wait to see him/her again.

5 comments:

Lori said...

This post really touched my heart, especially because we are moving to Cali in 7 short weeks. You and Amy are such an example to me of how to be content wherever you are.

Ugo said...

Thanks for the encouraging words. We are going to be watching and looking up to you, Harold and Evan as you make this transition.

ilario said...

Nice and interesting blog :)

Imanuel Suluh said...

nice:)

Anonymous said...

Your last post is from May ... did you skip writing?
Hopefully not!