Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Good Byes

Good Byes are always sad to us and today was no exception.   Our friend Valodya showed up this morning with a lovely rose so I added it to the one that Nadia gave me the other day.  Then we had to say good bye. We went to breakfast and then had to say goodbye to Tanya and the girls who serve in the cafe. Then Olya showed up and we sat and visited until our driver showed up and then we had to say good bye. Then our driver Sasha showed up and drove us to Kosice and then we had to say good bye. Did I already say that we don't like to say goodbye?  But it is a very real part of life and so we want to live in such a way that our last words are filled with love and appreciation. Especially to this special group of young people who are facing a very real crisis in their home land.  So to our precious friends, we love you and appreciate you and have had such a wonderful time. Thank you for allowing us the privilege of speaking into your lives, thank you for applying the truths you have heard, thank you for passing those truths on to others.  You are amazing and we will miss you.

Much love,
PW and Sherry

Below are some pictures we wanted to share with you. If you double click on them they will open large enough to see the details.

 Flowers waiting for spring in the tower at Nehemiah Guest house
 Snowfall we had yesterday. This much snow is very unusual for Uzghorod. It was lovely.
 Roses given to us by Nadia and Valodya and Oxana.  The one on the right was todays gift. 
 A view from the window of Kosice.
Snow covered roof tops. Note the cathedral steeple in the background.  


Melissa said...

Thank you, again, for letting us travel with you via the blog and photos. We feel we know the people there, and love them with the love of the Lord. Praying for your safe travels! ps on your timeline, I show up as Potomac, Maryland. :-) Love you

Anne said...

I felt like I was there with you and so enjoyed seeing and hearing about each day's ministry!!
You both make me proud of your heart to travel!
Love you!
Safe travels home!

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