He has landed!
This is Anne writing the post. I have been monitoring Randy’s progress across the world today on Flightaware, watching the plane cross Italy, Libya, Sudan, and finally getting to Mount Kilimanjaro International Airport. Ok, I’ll admit it. That’s my moment of envy: getting off the plane and laying your own eyes on this famous mountain. That and being practically next door to the Serengeti. But then again, I did not have to spend a whole 24 hour period in a cramped seat either.
By now Randy has deplaned at Dar-es-Salaam and is probably crying happy tears with his twin brother (of the same nose, birthday and sense of “funny”) Pastor Kumbuka Mwasanguti. Can’t wait to Skype with them. I miss Pastor Kumbuka too. So happy reunion and much work ahead. Tomorrow Randy has a big meeting with Wama to talk about the import of 100 computers. On Friday it’s off to Mbeya for Amani to reunite with his wife and Randy to do lots of work at the College-now-University. God’s blessings. Stay safe!