It was very hard to believe when we heard that our container could finally leave the port. There were so many hurdles before it got that far. First of all, they took forever to process the paperwork, then they wanted customs duty for the container itself, finally when all was done and cleared it was nearly impossible to find a truck willing to bring the container up to Nagaland and eventually when we found a truck, it had to camp at the port for 5 days until all the final paperwork could be done and bills could be paid because they were charging a horrendous amount for parking the container there for all those months. Nonetheless, we were overjoyed when we finally got to open the container on our site and find that nearly everything had survived the journey and the heat without much damage! Even my precious piano wasn’t much out of tune at all! So, we thank you all for your prayers and God for his mercy and favour.