|Sunset at Tahunanui at low tide.|
|Snorkeling photo - our camera doesn't do deep water.|
Not being able to see has always been a fear of mine. My eyes are not great and the fact that I had eye surgery very young has also added to the fear of loosing my sight. It's right up there with my fear of my teeth falling out (I know some of you are laughing because you've got this same silly fear). When I took off the mask and allowed myself to be guided around the pool, I was astonished at how relaxing the experience was. I had to give up control completely. With my eyes closed the instructor took me in laps around the pool while I simply enjoyed the sensation of the water flowing through my hair and over my skin.
|Jeremiah Ready to Dive|
How are we ever going to get a job when it's so competitive? - Contract Signed
What if our friends have forgotten us? - At least 5 offers to pick us up from the airport.
How are we going to get around? - Borrowed bikes, then bought bikes, then car.
Immigration is impossible! How can we navigate this? - in process but nearly sorted.
Where the heck are we going to live? - Fingers crossed that this one is nearly sorted too.
As we revisit places we love and work to find a place to live, I feel that I am moving forward without really seeing the next step. Following my guide is so necessary - where the heck can I take us without my sight anyways?
|Sunrise at Wakatahuri in Forsyth Bay|
"If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me fast." Psalm 139:9-10
|Now this looks familiar!|
|Ru and Jeremiah hiking the Hackett|
|Boing is hoping to grab some of Jeremiah's breakfast.|
|Tim, Jeremiah, and Ruby enjoy the view.|