Thursday, July 13, 2006


The great state of Texas has welcomed Freedom Seed back once again.

From Sioux Falls our crew went in two different directions, Jasmine and Rachel (who will be going with us to Guadalajara Mexico) went from Sioux Falls to Sheridan Wyoming while a few hours behind the rest of everyone went from Sioux Falls and headed Texas way.

Rachel has agreed to help with Pat's personal care until she is able to find new people here in Texas.

The roads out of Sioux Falls were terrible. For the bus crew that is putting it lightly, they had a terrible ride clear in to warmer weather, blowing snow and icy roads.

At the same time Rachel and Jasmine braved the other set of blowing snow and icy roads. Which were considerably better than we thought they were going to be.

I am going to spare you the details of Rachel and (I) Jasmine's time in Sheridan except for the that they spent lots of time packing, when we got there we had no idea how we were going to get Pat out in the 2 days that we had. As well as packing I (Jasmine) had to take care of the office details for Freedom Seed. On that note:If you are a supporter of Freedom Seed or would like to be, please, drop us an e-mail so we can let you know how you can do that. We also have an address change.

The drive from Sheridan Wyoming to San Marcos Texas is beyond grueling. It is a looooooooooong trip. Three days for both sets of travelers. Everyone is sore to say the least.

Please, please, keep us in your prayers as this transition for Pat is not going to be easy, on her, or on us. During this time we are going to need to continue traveling in Texas to see chruches here, play music and speak. We are also working out the details to be able to return to Guadalajara Mexico, there is housing and language school details to work out. None of which are simple. Please pray that we have the endurance and the funding to get all of this done.

As always, we love to hear from you so drop us a note and let us know how you are doing.

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