FIVE DAYS HAD PASSED since a young Faribault woman posted on her blog from earthquake and tsunami stricken Japan.
And now I know why. She was on her way back from Fukushima to Minnesota for her brother’s wedding.
Haidee, a Christian outreach worker and English teacher, has been safely reunited with her family at their rural Faribault home.
But her decision to leave Japan did not come without struggle. Read Haidee’s insightful post by clicking here. She reveals, in a March 22 post, the emotional turmoil she experienced, being torn between wanting to stay in Japan and returning to the United States.
Her words are honest, poignant and touching. They also point to an unshakable faith and an undisputed belief that God directed her onto the path that would take her to the airport and then back to Minnesota.
God, clearly, was watching over and guiding her on this journey.
SHOULD I HAVE the opportunity to speak with Haidee, I’ll share that information with you. Click here to read my first post about Haidee, shortly after the disaster devastated Japan.
© Copyright 2011 Audrey Kletscher Helbling