This is hard to believe, but I'm 49 years old and do not have a passport. I've never had any reason to need a passport. The only places I've visited outside of the U.S. were Tijuana and Ensenada, Mexico and Vancouver, Canada. You probably need a passport if you were to visit these places today, but back when I crossed over the borders, one was not needed.
So today was a noteworthy day because I turned in my application for a passport. In about a month, hopefully, I will be the proud owner of my own passport book and can travel to the far reaches of the world - which I probably won't. But who knows. Don and I might take a trip to somewhere exotic or full of history. The only place he has stamped in his passport is Winnipeg. I know he'd like to go anywhere else. Someday, maybe.
Danielle also applied for a passport today, but she has a good reason to need one. She has been accepted to be part of missions team that will be traveling to Nepal this summer. She is very excited, as she should be. She'll be working hard to raise the funds she needs as well as preparing herself mentally, physically, and spiritually for such a momentous event. If you feel so inclined, you can join me in praying for her, her team, and this trip.
I would love to have a Nepal stamp in my passport book. Heck, I'd settle for Vancouver again.