By Katie LeBlanc
Pit. Pat. Pit. Pat. A cool breeze blows as the sky begins to darken.
Pitter, patter, pitter, patter. The rain increases its intensity.
Whoooosh! Torrents of rain come pouring out of the sky and pound onto the ground. In a matter of minutes the ground is soaked, leaving dirt roads transformed into swaths of slick mud. Water cascades off roofs in waterfall streams. If you’re near anyone, chances are they’ll be scrambling for the nearest cover. If the rain comes down hard enough, the roads become deserted—no motorist enjoys being pelted by bullet-like drops! But, of course, not everyone runs from the rain. There are always the opportunists who pull out their soap and shampoo for a shower!
Unlike the four seasons many of us in the West are used to, Cambodia only has two major seasons: rainy and dry. For most of the country
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Katie LeBlanc is a student missionary in Cambodia with Adventist Frontier Missions.