The TE journey

What a whirlwind the last few months have been and even especially the last week. Celebrating and mourning birthdays and then hopping a plane to Idaho early this morning for our Technical Evaluation and interview with Mission Aviation Fellowship.

A volunteer picked us up in Boise this morning and drove us the 20 mins to Nampa to MAF headquarters. We were on the flight with a very sweet man who works for MAF and is visiting for some training and will be heading to Surname for a new assignment soon. He was picked up with us by our local volunteer and then we all had lunch with another couple that is based in Papua New Guinea but here on furlough.

Tomorrow starts meetings and information for us on the program and Jack will see the hanger and find out where he will be doing maintenance while we are here. My schedule is a little more loose so I’m hoping to update via the blog as much as I can.

We FaceTimed the kids and showed them the amazing housing they have for staff who are visiting and people here for interviews like us. If we get invited to this program we and the kids will be here for 5 weeks this summer and the accommodations are pretty great.

Just wanted to tell you all that we made it, we’re exhausted and we thank you for your prayers.

If you have no idea what I’m talking about, go back a few entries and read Giant Leap of Faith ;)


About Angie

My greatest desire in life was always to be a wife and mother. As I try to do these things to the best of my ability some days I pull my hair out, some days I cry, sometimes I laugh until my stomach hurts and EVERYDAY I thank God for giving me the desires of my heart in His timing and His will and ask Him to give me the strength to do it His way.


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