As I leave the country for three months, one of the main things I needed to do was say my goodbyes, or hellos in some cases. I began by saying good bye to my students and the guys I disciple. It was hard for many of them to say goodbye, as it was for me as well. I have grown very close to them, but it is good to know that I will see them again in a couple months, and it is good to know that I will be seeing people over these next months that I have not seen for quite some time. As I headed towards Krakow where I would fly out, I decided to stop by and visit my friends Rudo and Lenka, in Roznava, who just had a baby, their third. It was a great time to catch up with them especially Rudo, who is one of my best friends in Slovakia. I also was able to go out and see the Rumbolds, a family I work with and disciple their son Jayce, who I mentioned in the last Blog and before. I spent some time with their family and then Ed drove me to Krakow where we had lunch and got to spend sometime together just two of us. It was good to spend time together and to encourage each other and talk through life. Finally, I left on the plane and came to the US where I am now.