In just a few hours we’ll be leaving the People’s Republic of China. We are ready; home and friends and family call to us.
Right now, though, CaiQun sleeps nearby. She has no way of realizing how much her life will change. We don’t either. As I looked into her eyes tonight, giving her a final bed-time bottle in her native land, I thought about how rich and beautiful and strange and amazing her country of birth is. We leave it, and hope to return. She is beginning an amazing journey. I’m priveledged to go on it with her, for at least this part.
As we depart China, I again make a post that features some (for me) lasting images of this Land. Two and a half weeks is certainly not enough time to really know much of anything about a country, but we will be forever changed by what we’ve seen, heard, felt, and known here. These images are just part of the rememberance I’ll take with me.
Enjoy. Click to enlarge. Visit China. Hear her sounds and see her sights. Love her people and acknowledge her history.
We’re a part of this world.
Some day when things settle down I want to hang out and just listen to your stories over a brew. *fingers crossed*
Love it, Dad. Pass it on.
Dude, this is an exhibit or segment of a show. Love the images.