thank you

I’m writing from the airport in South Korea. We’re halfway home. Even though we’re still in Asia, South Korea offers many little luxuries that Cambodia didn’t have. We’re enjoying western toilets, being able to drink from the water fountain, soap dispensers, paper towels, and most of all… coffee. R-E-A-L coffee. {my heart skipped a beat when I saw a Dunkin Donuts!}

Anyway, I just wanted to say how overwhelmed I am by the outpouring of love in each one of your comments, kind words, encouragement and prayers over the past few days. It means SO MUCH! A simple comment on a blog may seem insignificant to you, but because of your comments, I feel so comforted and somehow, closer to home. Each one of  you has helped make this difficult time a bit easier. So, thank you– jimripsua {Khmer}, khamsa hamida {Korean}– thank you, thank you, thank you.

{Stay tuned for some great stories and lots of cool pictures from our last few days in Cambodia!}



2 thoughts on “thank you

  1. I have loved reading your posts. You have such a wonderful way of describing what life is like there and the emotions behind them. Thank you for sharing with us, it is inspiring, challenging, and humbling to see the lives of others. Blessings

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