7000 miles.

We've driven 7000 miles in the last few months. We've been in 9 different states. We've spent over 100 hours in our car. We have exhausted our music collection. This has been our life since we graduated from Central in May. It has been fun and exhausting. We have visited some churches, we have had the priviledge of showing America to my family, and we drove to California to attend a memorial service for David's grandfather.

Right now we are preparing to move to Namibia next year. It is strange to know that next year we may be living is a completly different country. Surrounded by all new people and opportunities. It is really exciting too. I remember the last time I was preparing to move to a different country it was terrifying an exhilirating at the same time.

There is no guess as to how many miles we will travel in the next several years. Our families are scattered around the globe, so that alone guarantees many frequent flier miles. However, we are also guaranteed that there are lost people wherever we go. Above all, we are guaranteed that we will not go alone. "And lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age."

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