I have sucked at blogging since the end of DTS. But yes, almost a month ago, on the 10th of March, we graduated! And the huge journey was over. I’ve still been travelling since and in some ways haven’t had time to land and process, but @flyingspin says it so well. Follow her blog! 😀
DTS is over, and suddenly I’ve been home for a whole month. What? I know! Contrary to popular belief, I have not dropped off the face of the earth. I’ve just been going through what missionaries call “reverse culture shock.” It means feeling disgruntled because you’re different, and home is different, and “home” isn’t what you expected and sadly not exactly the way it was when you left.
I went from being constantly surrounded by people and having my good friends literally steps away, to actually having to plan to meet up with people and hang out. From being discipled constantly to church once a week. From going nonstop all day every day to having no schedule whatsoever. Plus a thousand tiny things I’d never really noticed before. Like how the cars here are huge. And the supermarkets. And how we have hot water with good water pressure for AS LONG…
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