Sunday, September 19, 2010

The Brits are coming!

Enjoying a cafe in La Plaza Reina with friends :)

Ok, so they aren't really coming. But I'm going to them. This friday I'll travel to London for 5 weeks. My second week there I'll spend with my Diaspora team for a few days of training. The rest of my time there I'll be training some of the other Ms on how to do field research. (the M-abbreviation is for my friends in high security zones. Otherwise known as "workers" if that helps). I'm so excited about getting to a place where I can totally comprehend the language around me! It'll be a nice refresher. Luckily, there as a few Ms already in London. They've been kind enough to open their homes to me while I'm camped out there. Taryn won't be joining me on this trip. She'll continue some therapy here, and possibly making a few more contacts in Madrid. Please continue for the healing of her legs. She still has to deal with discomfort and pain everyday, but she's working hard and getting along with little complaint. Praise the Father for her perseverance!

Speaking of understanding the language. Today I got to go to the international Fellowship here where the service is in English. It was such a blessing to be around so many different cultures, but still be able to understand them in my own heart language. Praising our Father in a language in which I can really express gratitude is so refreshing sometimes. Now I just need to find a place where I can watch the Hogs play on Sundays!

Miss you all! Please tell me what's been going on in your part of the world! I'd love to hear what's going on in your life :) I may be half a world away, but luckily it's not as far as it use to be with technology as it is today.

Taryn and I waiting for the metro in Valencia. She's my family over here!

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