It is Sunday morning, and all the groups have arrived safely in Oz. weary, but feeling much was accomplished. It was nice to wake up to serenity, with only the birds in the trees out the back of our house. When we walk in the door, we are again confronted with how well off we are, after being in Nepal where people live in such need. I don't miss the 5 a.m. hacking and spitting, the roosters, and the beeping vehicles, tooting as they approach each turn in our narrow lane to warn any oncoming cars or bikes. It is also nice to come to back clean streets, law and order on the roads, and an organised society. But chaos, colour, unpredictability, warm smiles, restored lives, and joy are all part of the appeal. I shed some tears saying goodbye to those we love, those courageous women and girls whom are getting on with life, after all they have been through. They are my heroes. Grahame is going back on 5th of November, firstly to China, to address a conference of Christian Education, and then on to Nepal for another 3weeks, as we have 3school teams coming consecutively. We then return on 27th December for 4weeks, and then again March/April next year. I hope the blog has enabled you to walk the journey with us a little bit.