Australian Greetings

If you want to have a really unusual experience, just try this. Enjoy a nice hot 110 degree Phoenix day in August (outside). Get on a plane and fly to Australia where it is 50 degrees and raining. Hang out for a day. It’s chilly. For the real kicker, get on another plane and land in Papua New Guinea where it is 90 degrees with about 110% humidity. Now if that isn’t shocking enough, add three kids, about 18 straight hours of night time, a 16 hour time change, and a customs check on your packet of flower seeds. Anybody know what day it is??

The good news is that, amazingly enough, we are all doing great. What a testimony of God’s goodness and mercy!!! Thanks for praying, just remember, it ain’t over yet!! Love you all!!

J&B (&sms)

P.S. We are still in the 50 degree raining stage (Australia) 🙂 We are being shown the harbor (the one where the Sydney Opera House resides!) this morning on a long-cut to the airport. We should be in Madang, PNG by 8:30 tonight (Friday, 3:30 AM, Phoenix time). It may be a few days before we will have E-Mail set up again. Will let you know. G’Day, Mate!