I wish I could say, "Our bags are packed/we're ready to go/we're leaving on a jet plane. . ." but alas, the bags are still being packed and weighed and shuffled around and repacked and reweighed. I can't get over the stuff. The mountains of unending stuff. As I mentioned earlier, we really have done a good job of unloading so much (and selling a lot of it to help with resettling costs) and yet it still keeps coming.
We leave for Nairobi early this afternoon, do some last minute errands, and perhaps get our last Kenyan coffee before heading to the airport. We want to get there as early as possible because that's a busy time at the airport and we have a lot of bags. We know for sure we'll have two extra bags. We're hoping that each bag is also not overweight as that will be additional charges.
Please pray that all goes well...that we can do everything we need to today, that we don't have too many charges for luggage, that none of our luggage gets lost, and that Kyalo does well on the flights. I have no drugs for him, despite my mother's strong suggestion. We are all so exhausted so I hope he'll just sleep on the planes,so we can sleep on the planes.
When we reach MA I'll get his 11 month (!) pictures up and lots of recaps of the last couple of weeks.
See you on the other side. . .