Going Home to Ghana

This morning, I woke up at 5:20. I was able to finish getting things packed up and carried downstairs. I did not eat any breakfast at the house, but Bro. Ruckman made his normal three eggs for breakfast. 

We were able to say our goodbyes; then, we left the house at 6:40 or so. Once we got to the airport, we had to fill out some paperwork; then, we got our stuff checked in. We then went through security and waited at our gate for our flight. There was a little snack bar in our area. So, we were able to get some pain au chocolat, and Bro. Ruckman got his coffee. 

I love these but have not had one in a very long time.

Our first and second flight went well; then, we had a three hour layover. So during our layover, we had to switch from the new airport to the old airport and eat lunch. 

We ate at a restaurant just outside the airport then had a taxi take us to the other airport. We then had to go through the process of checking our bags in and going through security. 

Once we made it to our gate, Bro. Ruckman walked around for a while, Mrs. Angie read a book, and I watched something on my Ipad. The flight was a little late, but everything turned out well. We had great flights all day. My total of flights has increased by six in the last two weeks. I have also gained some experience in airports. 

Once we got our luggage, a man from one of the churches came and picked us up in his taxi. After a very long day, we made it home. I ate some pizza and two chocolate-chip banana muffins and then rested in my room. 

I am very. I should probably study for Bible Institute, but my brain just feels exhausted. I think I am going to take a shower and go to bed early. It is currently 8:01 P.M.; so, I would be surprised if I am not asleep by 9:30 P.M. 

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