We made it! Germany is now under our control.
But we did arrive safely and intactly, which is a plus. We said our goodbyes to the Gibbons at the airport around 10:15, got on a flight, and arrived in Geneva, Switzerland at around 1:30. We then had a nice 3 hour drive ahead of us, but we stopped off at a Bern, Switzerland (the Swiss capitol) to explore a bit. That was awesome. There was snow falling the whole time, and it felt like North Dakota. It was slightly depressing and slightly comforting all at the same time.
So we shopped around a bit in Bern (and bought, beleive it or not, MORE chocolate), and then headed to Kandern.
We got to the Grano's house at 6:30 tonight, and they have been wonderful with their hospitality. I'm pretty excited to eat supper.
Tomorrow I get to hang out with 4th graders for a couple hours, and Dad will get to teach 2 classes on
"Coaching", so the day will fly by pretty quick.
Which is a shame. I like Germany.
So, we made it! I'm sure there will be tons of pictures up tomorrow, our last official day (there weren't any today because it was mainly a travel day) in Europe, so stay tuned! I'm excited to see how God works tomorrow.
We miss you.
See you on Sunday (if the jet lag isn't too terrible, of course)!
* Pray for the Coach training that Dad will do tomorrow, asking God to make it very helpful to the people who take it.
* Pray for the Granos and their work at Black Forest Academy. This is a school where many missionary kids from all over the world go to school. If it weren't for this school, lots of parents would have to go back to their home country instead of staying where God sent them.