Without a single question, we were seen today for our fingerprints three weeks before our scheduled appointment! Our officer at USCIS now says that she should be about to generate our new I-171H within the next week. This is huge, and I am so grateful.
As far as the flight goes… well, there was no flight. They didn’t travel today. No clue why. This was a bit of a disappointment to hear, as I have been so on edge waiting for news that they had all arrived in Kinshasa safely. Word is that they’re now supposed to fly out tomorrow, so I suppose I will remain on edge for another 24 hours, prayingprayingpraying.
Overall, it’s been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster of a day, only exacerbated by my lack of sleep and the looming unknowns in our process and Elizabeth’s travel. Sometimes, I get frustrated by how weak I feel, and then I remember that… uh… I am weak. And the fact that I am still able to get one foot in front of another and speak an intelligible sentence on days like this points to a much stronger God who lavishes His love and His grace and His peace on me when I need it the most.
“I may be weak… But your spirit’s strong in me… My flesh may fail… But my God, you never will.”