Like I Never Even Left

Walking around the streets of Iloilo it feels like I never even left. Taking care of business, running errands, going to the store, working with the street kids and the missionary staff here, it feels like I am picking right back where I left off two months ago. This place is so familiar to me now, it just feels like home. There has been some adjustment. We had our first power outage the other day, plus the bugs are back in force, then there is the cold showers. All in all I am glad to call this place home. I am still a citizen of two countries, and yet I am glad to spend most of the year in this place, my home Iloilo, Philippines.


  1. Anonymous10:25 AM

    Hey, Dave, too bad you couldn't have swung by our neck of the woods while you were in the States.

    If it makes you feel any better, I had to take a shower by flashlight the other day when our power went out for about 1 ½ hours. And that's in Suburbia in the USA.

  2. Anonymous4:16 AM

    Dang i miss Ilolio and the pictures of the center are freakin awesome! I'll see you soon, but not soon enough!
    -brother chadwick


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