**Republished with permission from the author. The original blog post can be found on here on her website**
Last week I sat in the hospital waiting room while my sister anticipated the arrival of my dear nephew. While I’m sure two days of labor were difficult for her, it was no picnic for those of us in the waiting room either. The nervous excitement and not knowing if anything was happening was nearly too much to bear! I was joined in anxious anticipation by my mom and dad, as well as my sister’s in-laws. We chatted, we watched TV, but mostly, we waited.
Sarah Quezada works with Mission Year as Director of Recruitment and Admissions. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband Billy and daughter Gabriella. Stories and reflections on their cross-cultural life and ministry together can be found at her blog, http://www.alifewithsubtitles.com and be sure to check out http://www.missionyear.org/
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