Monthly Archives: May 2010

If you’re trying to trace me on a map this summer:

This morning I’m making lists of common occupations – doctor, farmer, musician – to use as teaching tools with my summer students.  Unfortunately, I can’t remember any of the Hungarian equivalents (except for doctor – doktor – that one’s pretty … Continue reading

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Also.

This is funny: Ukrainian president meets a wreath

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Insomnia-prompted musings on time zones

I think it’s a robin that’s singing right now.  It reminds me of the summer I woke up at 4:30am several days a week to go to work at a bakery.  That singing reminded me that it was not, as … Continue reading

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It’s only funny because it’s true.

I have found the perfect excuse. Two days ago a woman from my church in Grand Rapids called  to see if I would be interested in helping out with children’s church for the summer.  As much as I would love … Continue reading

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(Only 41 days left …

… by nobody’s counting.) Friends from many times and places, Along the wall in the corridor outside by bedroom is a huge chart detailing my situation in Ukraine for the upcoming year and the to-do lists I must check off … Continue reading

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