Yesterday I woke up in Shipley, England and looked outside my window… and this is what I saw-
So incredible, eh??
This last Thursday, Friday and Saturday have been quite busy, as I have been running around trying to film whomever I can, with whatever weather is available to me. It has been fun being able to use my new equipment in such a beautiful place, doesn’t happen every day a videographer gets to go to a such a neat place to capture such wonderful things! I am done filming- just need to edit and send that off to the Platt’s before I leave the continent.
Sunday was my last day in Llandudno, Wales. I was able to celebrate Thanksgiving with the Platt’s on Saturday, which was a joy to be apart of, as well as join them at church on Sunday. They are so welcoming and giving of their time and resources.
Sunday night Jessica (eldest daughter of the Platt family) and I drove from Llandudno to Milton Keyes, which is just about an hour north of London, stayed with some friends then went into London in the morning. Spent all day seeing every major site, eating local food, going into the national gallery and of course, riding on a double decker bus. It was such an amazing experience, I am so glad I was able to go check it out, even if it was only for a day.
Now I am hanging out in Shipley, where Jessica lives, and yesterday I hopped over to Leeds to see some friends (Ryan and Jade Topper) and experience more of England culture and happenings 🙂 We went to an old monk ruins as well as the german market and indian food for dinner! Of course I got a german sausage at the market- super good!
Today, I am hanging out in Jessica’s flat working on video stuff, and just relaxing. I will probably take a walk along the canal while my video is exporting later 😉
I fly back to the States on Thursday for a 5 hour layover in Chicago, then to Portland by 8pm.
Thank you all for your prayers and support of me during this trip, it truly has been a blessing to see and be apart of life here. Stay tuned for the link to the videos, as well as my Facebook which will have pictures up, in probably a week or so. Cheers!