I haven’t posted in a while, but I just haven’t had the words. I was in Minnesota visiting with family, sharing about Africa, and catching up on old times. It was an emotional trip for many reasons, and I think it took a lot out of me. Monday, the morning we were leaving, I woke up with a horrible, burning throat. We had 11 hours of driving ahead of us, and I was supposed to do most of it. I could barely keep my eyes open, so needless to say I did none of the driving. Yesterday I wanted to cut my head off, and today I’ll settle for any meds I can get my hands on. My head feels like its about to explode; I guess thats why words are escaping me at the moment. More to come when my head doesn’t feel like a balloon about to pop.
August 6, 2008
Under the Weather
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