Lovely tropical flowers graced her breakfast table and a little stuffed wombat named after Wish, the real resident version thanks to our zoo proprietress.
We were very excited to have a rare sighting of two cassowaries one day as we drove down the speed bump road.
This area is so remote there is no cell phone service. So I learned upon check-in at our quaint, beautifully appointed cabin in the middle of nowhere.
(This picture is what the inside looked like only it also had two twin beds in the same room. Australian hotels really accommodate families!)
No cell service meant I couldn’t get my daily phone call in to my Addie. She was fifteen hours behind us so every day, mid-morning, I would call her and tell her goodnight. I don’t have words for how devastated I felt when I thought I couldn’t hear her voice for several days.
So every morning we would get up and while Christian would use the lodge wifi at the restaurant to work, the rest of us would get cleaned up and ready to go to the tropical beach to talk to Addie. That’s how God takes care of me. It’s the little things!