Our flight to Seattle was better than I had expected. A Skycap met me at the plane, took us to baggage check and then to my brother’s car in the parking deck, so I did not have to do any walking! It was a different story on our return trip when we landed in Charlotte. We waited a long time, but no wheelchair and no Skycap. Finally, one of the flight attendants got a wheelchair and took me to the gate. From there, a cart to the lobby and a long wait for a Skycap. Finally, one came and took me to baggage claim, long after Carol had retrieved our luggage. It took us 1-1/2 hours from touchdown to get to our car which was parked 3 miles away. BUT, the visit with my brother David in Everett was worth all the effort. We had a wonderful time, visiting with him and his two daughters and families there, as well as all the wonderful Korean people that are part of his training center in Monroe. For those of you who don’t know this, David has a ministry for Koreans on the West Coast area. They have recently completed building a training center at Monroe, (30 mi. north of Everett) called Pneuma Springs. His ministry is called AIIM and is a part of YWAM (Youth With a Mission) based in Hawaii. I will tell you more about this in a future post. I am posting a picture of his two daughters’ families who live there. Debbie, his oldest daughter, is on staff at the training center.This is of Debbie’s family, with David, Ellen, Carol and me at a Brazilian restaurant, where we all ate too much!
I have so much more to share, but it will come in the next post. Thanks for coming by today.