Into Texas

Because of the generosity of friends in Central California, we were able to spend two nights and a day of rest and relaxation in Red River, New Mexico, high in the mountains — so high that the air was clean and the breeze was cool. We went for walks, early morning coffee, bike rides along trails through the woods at night, lit only by headlamps. The girls and I enjoyed sweet evening talks. We leaned on the balcony railing in the dark and hummed the Judas Maccabeus, the youngest taking the harmony. We finally celebrated a postponed birthday, opened presents, laughed at travel stories.

Now we are heading into Texas, and should be to Oklahoma by Friday. Thank-you to all of you who are faithfully praying for us. Thank-you for your wisdom along the journey, for your example, and for your encouragement.

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