A Glorious Day in China

If you recall from our previous post about our quest to find a strollers for the boys.  Oh and by the way they are solid.  I don’t remember D feeling so heavy at this age 5 years ago.  Maybe I getting to old … Maybe my memory’s fading … Maybe I’m losing my mind, … and why I am talking to myself right now.  Back to my fleeting thoughts.  On our quest to find strollers, we found a church and that’s where our day began.  As promised to our Chinese friends, we went to church.  They had a service at 11:00 which was both in English and Mandarian.  It was wonderful.  The delightful lady that invited us yesterday brought us some more water until a pretty, yet controlling lady told her to stop.  Apparently, it not appropriate to bring visitors water to drink during the service.  There must be a controlling lady in every church, no matter the country or continent.  I sat and listened for a little, but my little tornado, E had enough setting still and wanted to walk outside for a stroll.  Lori, D and E had a delightful time inside.  Eventually, D came out and joined us.  It was great to see believers halfway across the world with little or no restriction ( none that we saw) on how they may worship.  The rest of the day was a relaxing bonding day of strolling around til about 4:30 for a paperwork appointment.  We finished off the day with a pool visit and Papa John’s pizza.  God  has been watching over us thoughout this process.  It still has a little longer to go.  🙂

Bill

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Linda Madison
    Oct 17, 2011 @ 15:35:21

    Lori, Bill and D,
    The newest Moody’s are beautiful!! D you are doing a great job helping Mom and Dad! See all five of you soon. Linda

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  2. Judy Moody
    Oct 17, 2011 @ 16:35:44

    So glad you have the strollers. Lovely church.

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  3. Mac Moody
    Oct 18, 2011 @ 09:54:01

    Sorry to hear about the colds. The ear infection may be a problem due to the pressure changes in the flights. Lori , I know you know what to do to get them well. We love and are awaiting you getting home so we can hug all of you and tell you how much we love you

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