I’m on a boat!

You guys. I have some serious jet lag. Every time I sit down or just stand still for a second, I feel like the whole island is rocking back and forth. It feels like I’m on a boat, just swaying and swaying and swaying.

Today was our first full day of orientation. I woke up around 5am (11am at home). It’s 9pm now and I’m really too tired to keep typing so I’m just going to share some pics:

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About Cat Q.

For three years, I lived on a tiny little island in the South Pacific called Ta'u, where I taught elementary and high school English. Much of this blog is a chronicle of my time there, and of the travels we were able to do while we were on that side of the world. Now, I'm doing a different kind of travelling in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia with my husband and two children.
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2 Responses to I’m on a boat!

  1. Mike & Susan Betzler says:

    We love your pics (thank you for sharing) and glad you made it ok. When you get a chance, captions would help us armchair adventurers!

    Be safe, learn / teach, enjoy and keep the faith.

  2. Sharon S says:

    First time I’ve visited your site. Congratulations! Well Done. You and Wes have my admiration. Your stories and blog reminds me so much of the first day I met you. I caught a glimpse of who you are as you sat before me and it is now confirmed, I was right! You and Wes will touch the heart and minds of many people in your lifetime. You both march through this life to the sounds of the almighty trumpets that so many hear but so few respond. Through the both of you, I will experience the wonder of another culture, watch the enlightenment for both you and the people of the Island and live in the knowledge that somewhere in the middle of nowhere God exist.

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