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... her which took an hour.
Then we took the probably 50 pages of paperwork our translator had brought
from Kiev and had to go to a copy shop and make 4 more copies of this tome
which took nearly an hour. We so take for granted our computerized, paperless
environment in the U.S. Next our taxi driver took us to the police station/ court house to find out we needed to go to a different place. Our translator briefly went into ...
... educational at some point. And she did.
We had installed The Jesus Film for Children in Ukrainian just the day before. The children were excited that this was a movie about Jesus Christ. They hunkered down on the small sofa and pulled Tom and me up close for snuggling. These very active children didn’t move a muscle for the hour the movie played. They watched as children their age narrated what they had heard and ...
... the table for it because of all the food. I mentioned “Ukrainian table” to Julia, the daughter who is fairly fluent in English, and she said, “Oh yes, we make this table every Sunday after church.” I told them I wanted to take a picture! We think we might be here over Christmas, so she said we would definitely have to take a picture as they have three large tables filled with food for the holidays. Julia is studying to ...
... entire time we were there. They were excited to see the pictures of our life back in Winchester and could already imagine themselves in their bedroom, their home. They kept asking, “Zaftra, Zaftra” meaning, tomorrow, tomorrow—are you coming back tomorrow? as we finished our visit. They put in their orders of what gifts they wanted the next day—the youngest wanted lollipops and the oldest wanted a notebook and pens. ...
... Lviv, the gateway to a different world. A world of bling culture, gherkins, vodka, high heels and shady casino gangsters. A world where you smell alcohol on the breath of cab drivers and were you see babushkas rummaging through bins for scraps. What is the upside you may ask....indeed. A goods nights sleep: We discover that our destination is 1 hr ahead so "sleep shrink" is now a worry as we arrive in Lviv at 0600hrs ...