Posted by Candice Scatliff, With 1 Comments, Category: Blog Post,
As we sat down to dinner at a dear friend's house the other night, our last meal together before heading west for support raising for an unknown length of time, I commented on the inukshuk statue she had on the table. I hadn't ever noticed it before. My friend asked if I knew that they were for. "Direction?" I responded. "Yes, for navigation." She said. "Do you know why it's on the table?" The candles flickered in the silence. "So you know you'll always have a home here with us." Cue watery eyes. *** 'They' told me the hardest thing about being a missionary is the constast goodbyes. As per usual, 'they' are right. These goodbyes aren't easy. Inukshuk-In-Nunavut-canada-55879_500_313
  1. Date: December 14, 2013
    Author: Ken

    “I will not say, do not weep, for not all tears are an evil.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien


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