And Then We Came to the End

So, it's finished. Tonight we spend our last night in Kurdistan.

It won't be our last night forever, but it'll be our last night for a while. It'll be our last night as part of this group and as a part of this organization.

When we return, things will be different.

But, we're very much looking forward to going home and seeing our family again.

I'll miss this place while I'm gone. I've grown to love it and hate it all at the same time.

As odd as it may seem, this city is like Columbus' eastern sister. It's overlooked and under-appreciated, but it's great nonetheless.

We sat outside after dinner tonight and had tea. It was a beautiful night and I wanted to sit out under the sky for hours, but Nila gets tired around 8, so we had to head home early.


jen said...

i so know your pain, except i'm glad that your last night doesn't include being apprehended by the police, like mine did.

safe travels! looking forward to seeing you when you get back. :)

Mobea said...

Have a safe trip back. Keep in touch when you have time to post how your trip is going.

Tammy said...