I am excited! I now have a nice, big screen for my work and I have my lap-top screen to keep in contact with Cristina. It’s totally amazing! I’m all sold out on this 21st Century technology. What a difference from how I worked 30 years ago!
I’m in Sweden. Some of my friends probably guessed it when they saw my dad enjoying his Peruvian corn on the cob. It might get to be a tradition to visit him every fall. As long as I have him here I want to enjoy being with him.
My brother-in-law Ola set me up with the big screen this afternoon. He’s sold out on Peru, as you can see on his T-shirt. As I have mentioned before, my sister and Ola do sight-seeing tour to Peru. They have one coming up in October. There are still openings! Go to www.inkaresor.se. If you speak Swedish it’s a plus, but English is just fine.
To be in Sweden and Skype with Cristina, working as if we were in the same room is such a blessing. Today we have worked on a new story for children. Thanks to my friend Nancy they will all be coming out in English on my blog: http://MX1414.wordpress.com
On the left you can see Cristina and on the right I’ve got a page from last week’s story about Adoniram Judson and the Bible translation his wife hid in a pillow when he was imprisoned for the sake of the Gospel.
My blogs for some weeks will be like a Diary about my visit to the Land of the Vikings, for my family and friends that want to follow along. Once I get the jet lag under control there might be a little more order in the blogging. Now I feel like I’m picking pieces here and there. And it’s late. 11.30 PM to be exact. If I were home it would be in the afternoon.
I’m not the only one with the jet lag. My dad’s wife has been in Peru visiting her family and just got back, so she is also getting used to the hours difference.
Here we are after a short shopping trip. The flowers were beautiful by the parking lot. The lady in Red is María Débora, my dad’s wife. The lady in white is my sister Agneta. The lady in blue is yours truly.
If you’re in this part of the world I have to wish you pleasant dreams; otherwise, have a great evening. If it’s morning for you, have a great day!