Charlotte



We're in the hotel in Charlotte. They don't have wi-fi, so I'm writing this in the room, hoping to bum some ethernet in the lobby.

Bobby took us by Pal's on the way out of town. Razzie tea. Hot dog, no onions, add katsup. Score!

Our carry-ons were definitely too heavy to walk around with during a twelve hour layover. 'Barely made it up the elevator without falling on our backs. So when we got to our hotel room, we reduced the bare minimum of what we needed to a barer minimum. (In other words, I put some of my books in the check luggage. Painful.)

The sky was incredible on the drive over tonight. I'm not a huge airplane fan. (That's a huge understatement.) But tonight the clouds welcomed us like a soft, white-haired, great aunt at a family reunion. I actually found myself a little bit excited, so someone out there must be praying for unexpected graces. Thank you! Don't stop!

A friend lent us a cell phone that should work in China. We might have to get a new SIM card to make it work, but eventually we will be able to phone home with quick updates.

Better run. We have to wake up at 4:00 AM tomorrow to catch our plane, so we'll have to sleep fast tonight. Thanks so much for taking this journey with us.

Susan  – (July 12, 2010 at 9:25 PM)  

soak in every nano second!! :) So very exciting!! I'm wondering if you are on the same flight as the Moody's??
http://www.youbelong.net/pages/htmlos/57221.3.229189013813182557/themoodys

They have a Chicago connection to Beijing tomorrow night and arrive in BJ around midnight Wed/ Thurs am?!? Maybe you might check it out?!

Leslie  – (July 14, 2010 at 7:26 PM)  

SO thrilled for you guys!!!!! Have been telling anyone who will listen about Moses and how God as awesomely provided for him to be a Reynolds. :)

Haley  – (July 15, 2010 at 9:16 PM)  

I was definitely praying for the airplane ride!! I am right there with ya on that one....BIG time!!! Still praying too!!!

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