Eating a tang hulur like Little Pear (in the book by Eleanor Lattimore)
The front entrance of the 130-year-old home
One of the exhibits
Feeding the ducks and fish one more time at the lake near The Home of God's Love
Going on a walk with Mama Bev
Saying good-bye to Showhwa (who took care of Elisha as a baby)
Taipei Airport - ready to go
Everyone did well on the 12-hour flight to Los Angeles. We made it through customs and then immigration (where we turned in our paperwork so Simeon can become a United States citizen). We rechecked our bags and went through security, then looked for our gate. It was at that point (10:30 pm) that we realized our flight to Chicago was cancelled due to bad weather. We spent the next couple hours rebooking a new flight (for 7 am), trying to figure out if we needed to get our luggage and check it for our new flight, and go back through security. A kind airport worker got us some blankets and another kind stranger showed us to a quite place where we could sleep. The boys were tired and disappointed to be sleeping on the floor, but they took it really well. By this time it was 1:00 am, but before bed Elisha even prayed, thanking God for a long list of ways He had blessed us.
After a 3-hour flight, we were greeted at the airport by Donnie's family and one of my good friends.
The drive home from the airport