After a great many evolutions, we are at last headed back to the USA. All that’s needed tomorrow are:
A shuttle to airport,
Check bags and make it through security and emigration.
Make the flight, which indeed departs reasonably close to schedule.
Change planes in O’Hare in Chicago,
Fly to Atlanta.
Get our car to start, which has been sitting for 15 days.
Begin the 7.5-hour drive to Lynchburg.
What are the odds of all that going as planned?
Thanks be to G^d, it couldn’t have gone any better! It is a modern miracle!
G^d is good. It is less remarkable when we have major things go wrong, than the opposite. The real miracle is what we just saw - things going well. And, when things do go well, we ought to be profuse in our thanks to G^d!!
Can I get an “Amen!”?