I have been enjoying my home service rounds of going to my supporting churches while I continue to recover from surgery.
This past weekend I traveled all the way up to Williamsburg CRC.
For the first time ever, I took a train in Canada. :) It still took 7 hours to get there, but what a better way to travel than driving. My legs were hurting by the time I got to Williamsburg, but I was glad to be picked up by a great acquaintance... who became a better friend over the weekend.
I stayed for 3 nights in Williamsburg and had the opportunity to once again fellowship with the church. I always love sharing what God is doing in my life and in Uganda.
On Monday I was also invited to do a one hour presentation at a tiny Christian school. They were having a snow day, but 17 kids were excited to learn more about missions and Uganda.
I loved it that I could get to know more families in a deeper way - to laugh, cry, and share together. Being with fellow Christians is always a blessing.
Traveling home yesterday I had a little layover in Toronto.
So I escaped the train station to go see the CN Tower of course.
It was still super chilly down town.... -23 has been the harshest. -3 is more manageable.
Today I have been feeling a little more energetic and took a hike at the local park.
Bones came out to play too!
Trying to enjoy the simple pleasures of being in Canada
"My home and native land"