2:00 am and smelling like we had carried more carry-on luggage than technically allowed through two airports and airplanes, we pulled up to the house that will be our home for the next two years in San Jose, Costa Rica. Whew.
Our girls were exhausted. We were exhausted. But we made it without any trouble and no worse for wear.
The man that picked us up from the airport, Ronnie, is a nice guy and very helpful. He has a big van and does a lot of driving for students at the school we are going to attend. He already had the key to our house and helped us get the luggage inside.
After locking the outside gate, the inside gate, and the three locks on the front door, we settled into our beds and got some much needed sleep.
The next day we started going through the suitcases and trying to put things where they belong. The house is every bit as good as the pictures, we are very pleased and grateful for it.
Thanks again for all of our prayers. God blessed us with a great trip. From the extremely friendly Delta ticketing agent that helped us check all of our heavy bags, to the Costa Rican customs that didn’t take even give a second look at the strange household items we were bringing in as tourists, God went before us and prepared the way.
Just like the Nation of Israel in Joshua chapter 3, as soon as we obeyed and stepped into the river of God’s plan, He has parted the waters and allowed us to go across on dry ground. Praise God.