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A Final Travel Day

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This morning the kids were pretty content to play with the travel toys that Hubs purchased for them. Schäfer selected a nerf gun. Sianna and Selah each received a rose.

Mid-morning, I had a meeting with our midwife, Abigail, who also happened to be visiting Kunming. Schäfer played quietly, but the girls were active so Hubs took them outside for a walk.

While Hubs was outside, a friend sent a text about a car that would drive to Dali. Because of the holidays, we were unsure if the bus station would even have tickets available, so Hubs went ahead and booked the car.

Somehow, I ended up in the back seat with 2 big kids, a suitcase and a carry-on. The sun was so hot that I put a blanket up to shade us from the bright light.

This sweet one slept in my lap almost the entire ride home.

It was so great to be home. We ate lunch leftovers for supper. Bathed the kids and had everyone snuggled in their beds by 7:30pm.

To our surprise, the weather is much warmer than when we left for vacation. Normally, we have a difficult re-entry going from balmy Thailand to the frigid heartland of China. It’s hard to put on 3 layers after spending the past few weeks in shorts, t-shirts and sandals.

As soon as we stepped off the airplane, we noticed that the weather in southwest China is much warmer by March. We were surprised to find our outdoor thermometer close to 60 degrees + winds.

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