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... center. In a few years we hope that these trees will provide the security and privacy that we want but also an encouraging space for all.
Around 11am, Sam, Zania, Taurai and I left the center for Harare. Samara’s long time friend (Mudita) was coming from London therefore we had to go and pick her up. As I drove into Harare so many more memories and familiar sights came back to me. We grabbed a few bits in the Spar ...
... it free of charge.
After the concluding prayer on the last day we were filled with emotion. Different language sections continued to sing Kingdom songs. People held banners which displayed such expressions as "We love you" and "See you in paradise." One even said "This is better than any safari." As we made our way down the stairs and out of the stadium, our Zimbabwe brothers and sisters grabbed our hands, gave hugs, and expressed their goodbyes. We ...
... next day - it's a 10 and a half hour flight!
When we arrived at the Johannesburg airport, we saw brothers and sisters everywhere. It was slow getting to our gate because we kept stopping to say hello and exchange information. Finally we reached our gate, but we had to wait about an hour to board. No problem, there were so many Witnesses waiting to catch the same flight, we visited with all of them. Most were from the United States like us. Then it was time to board. ...
... stopped by one policeman at a speed trap. Again I was aiming for the best behaved driver in Mozambique 2014 award, so was going 58kmh in a 60 zone. He said I was doing 72 and wanted me to pay a fine. I hopped out, protesting my innocence waiting for him to say how much the fine/bribe should be when a car shot past at 100kmh. He soon forgot about us and let us on our way! Phew. We decided to avoid Maputo, and took a fairly well graded gravel road to the border. ...
... in a moving vehicle. My heart is thumping in my chest as my feet near-miss a hundred slippery rocks. At this time I have a thought- the same thought that got me off the mountain skiing, the same thought that got me through 6 months of chemotherapy and the same thought that's taken me through pretty much every awful event in my life: "Well, there's only one way you're getting out of this, so you'd better push on through." Back on flat ground ...