Tuesday, October 20, 2009

a work day

I've spent the day reading resources and preparing a powerpoint presentation for later this week when I'll be in Timisoara, Romania for a workshop for people from six or seven Eastern European countries.  The common language of the conference will be English.  I will be doing a presentation on a book by John Shelby Spong called The Sins of Scripture.

I like study days and I like reading.

I took a break this afternoon to walk up to the end of the street to a barber shop.  Between my limited Romanian and the stylist's limited English, I got a cut and wash for about $5.  Then I went up to the market to get water, Nestea, and a bag of milk.

Our Elder flies in from the States in about half and hour and I'll meet her for dinner at 8.  I wonder if I'll have cabbage rolls again.

In 13 days, I'll fly home.  But there's a whole lot to see and do before that!

1 comment:

  1. What an adventure you've had. I can't believe it's near the end. So much has happened here and there with you. I'm so thrilled you've had this experience and have no doubt it will shape the next chapter of your life.