|With the Senegal Office team!|
|Driving into Mbour, the town where the EMI office will be.|
|Alisha talking with the Wright kids. Their dad David is the|
Senegal Office Director. Nationality-wise, they are from
Northern Ireland, but these kids have lived their entire lives
|Home church, Senegal-style.|
|Currently, this dining room constitutes the EMI Senegal Office!|
|The front door to what may become the future Senegal Office.|
It needs some clean-up and finishing work, but it's could be
a pretty cool place inside!
|Looking out on the town from the roof of the prospective office.|
|Another roof shot of the neighborhood.|
|Dave pulled some strings and got us this office meeting room in|
a swanky sky-rise office building in downtown London!
|With new EMIUK Office Director Dave Lambert|
|Underground stations make me happy. Underground stations|
with names that remind me of Oregon really make me happy.
|The Colchester train station - it was strange that this was our|
home station. So many memories of greeting loved
ones arriving to visit us here.
|Out front of Darcy's, the downtown 'tuck shop' (candy store) our|
boys used to love to frequent in Colchester.
|Got to watch the Man United v. Arsenal match in a downtown|
|The pub where we watched the game.|
|Visiting our old church, Colchester Baptist Church, was one of|
the highlights of our stopover in England.
|Coming into Lexden, our old subdivision. We drove this road|
hundreds of times. Weird.
|With Fiona and Marietta - two dear friends.|
|Former EMIUK'er and family friend Rob Johnson.|
|It felt like a normal Sunday afternoon meal with the old|
EMIUK office. Dang, time goes too fast.
|If you're ever in London, you must eat at this tiny little pizza shop!|
|We had Thanksgiving at the Dallmann's house again this year.|
It was a family first - we actually did the same thing for
Tgiving two years in a row!