Nathan Flook at the U.S. embassy completed Judah’s visa in eight hours on Wednesday. He met with Cindi at 7:30am, and although his office normally closes at 3:30pm, he extended his day and told Cindi to come at 4:00pm. When she arrived, the visa was finished. She is currently spending the night in Entebbe near the international airport. Lord-willing, she’ll board a British Airways flight on Thursday morning, spend the night in London on a long layover, and arrive at LAX at 1:10pm on Friday afternoon.
I haven’t yet decided whether I’ll pick them up at the airport or just pay for them to take a taxi while I wait for them here at our apartment.
Once again we are praising God for His provision. This particular step wasn’t discombobulated like most of the others, but we do not attribute that to mere happenstance. God is the creator of every path, whether rough or smooth. I would appreciate your prayers for safe travel, the children’s compliance and contentment on the flights, and a smooth process as they go through customs.
Update: The middle paragraph is a joke. I wouldn’t dream of not being at the airport. Apparently my sense of humor is a bit inconspicuous. :)