... where the wind comes sweeping down the plain, and the waiving wheat can sure smell sweet when the wind comes right behind the rain!
I am back in Norman. Dad and I had an enjoyable drive west Friday & Saturday - but I could have done without all the fast-food. My U.S. restaurant experiences through mid-day Saturday were: McDonalds (Orlando airport), Wendys (Cary, NC), Ruby Tuesdays (Greenville), Arbys (eastern TN), Burger King (eastern AR), and Sonic (Sallisaw, OK). French fries are good, but not for every meal!
Later this morning I'm headed to church. Looking forward to reconnecting with friends and worshipping in a familiar place. The Bluesteins are leaving on Monday, so I'll stay with Mike French (props to you, bro) again tonight and move into their house tomorrow after class. Speaking of, class begins tomorrow, and I'm excited about it. Funding is worked out (as far as I know), which is a big blessing.
I still have to apply for a new passport -- that'll have to come after class tomorrow. But I'm getting settled, and that's an important step in the transition.
Any thoughts on renaming the blog? As my friend Francine put it, I'm no longer saying good morning to Barbados each day.