When I went back again in 2006, I figured I would never go back as a team leader.
When I went to Japan in 2008 as a team leader for a short-term youth team, I did not think I would ever stay longer than a month.
When I signed up for the OLOY program in church and went to Japan in 2009, I did not think I would stay longer than a year.
When I went back in 2010 for my second year, I did not think I would want to extend past my second year.
Summer at Kamakura/Shonan with Shinagawa Kai, which seemed both so long ago, and so near at the same time.
And now, I want to go back again. Whether missions or not, I'm not sure. But I know I want to be in Japan. Here are a list of reasons why I want to go back to Japan:
I think, maybe, just maybe, I'm sensing a trend here. God, you really have a sense of humour, don't You?
Dan, I love this post. I really hope you can go back to Japan soon!
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