Monthly Archives: June 2010
Summer finally decided to show up. This past week has been cold and damp, causing us to shiver on our walks outdoors and making dinner’s warm soup and tea a welcome meal. “Nagyon hideg van,” it is very cold, people … Continue reading
It was one of those days on which, under most circumstances, I would have wanted to be sitting on my couch by the fireplace, reading the Fellowship of the Ring (which takes forever to get through …). But, as Eric … Continue reading
When travelling throughout Ukraine, please remember these helpful tips: 1) When walking, keep your eyes on the road. You don’t want to end up standing in a pothole or in horse droppings. 2) When biking, keep your eyes on the … Continue reading
7am or 7:30am – My roommate Danielle’s alarm goes off, and we battle with our jet-lagged eyes and start the day. 8:00am – Breakfast! This usually consists of bread and some type of protein – sausage, cheese, eggs, etc. 8:15am … Continue reading
Somewhere in eastern Hungary, I mused on the number of travelling steps it takes to get from Lexington, KY, to Péterfalva, Ukraine. Plane from Lexington to Chicago. Plane from Chicago to London. This flight was delayed by one hour because … Continue reading
Ok. Rehearsal over, this time is the real thing (fingers crossed). I’m once again waiting to embark, and I think I’m actually even more prepared this time. I now have my computer power adapter, which was still sitting in the … Continue reading
Ps. School(s) for Conversion – 12 Marks of New Monasticism. Read it. And then send me an email about it.