Thursday, December 11, 2008

Desert Life

There is so much going on right now - wrapping up the term at school and preparing to "leave the hemisphere" as one friend put it (kinda makes it sound like I'm moving to outer space!) being the obvious big ones - so much I could say, but it seems every time I sit down to blog, no words come. I'm exhausted, honestly, and the thought of creatively putting words to my life right now makes me want to curl up and go back to bed. Not to mention that site visits and comments have all but dried up. Even daily posting for the first part of November saw hits drop instead of increase like it normally does. Busy time of year, I guess, but it sort of sucks some of the fun out of it, too.

I did, however, want to have something new at the top of the page, so I'm directing you elsewhere. I found an article about Nick and Lynn, the missionaries I'll be likely living with in Korr, and about life in the desert where they (and I will soon!) live. I found it really interesting to read a little more about where I'm going to be spending the next seven months of my life!


Click here to read it! :)

1 comment:

Connie Dueckman said...

hi Hil, I'm sorry you feel like posts have dropped off. I don't usually post, I just read (regularly)!

I'm so happy for you and the experience you're going on. We'll be calling soon, but it sounds like you need encouragement today! I wish we could have come to your music evening, but something about living 13 hours aways does create a problem.

Slow down and take things one at a time....it'll all come together and you'll have a great experience. We'll talk soon, Love, Auntie Connie.