Sunday, August 24, 2008

Frustrated...

So today I'm trying to relocate my fridge in America to a place it can stay for the year - unsuccessful, finishing my classroom, successful - getting my parent hand out translated, unsuccessful - having my translator stolen/reassigned???, successful (not sure how I'm talking to the parents tomorrow...) - getting a bank account, unsuccessful which also means no go on getting a cell phone. All in all, not the best day for getting anything done, so Adrienne and I came home early - it's nice to be in the air conditioning, it's extra hot and sticky today so cooling off is making this day better :) If anyone wants my fridge or can come translate for me tomorrow, that would make this whole day so much better! That's all for now...no more complaining - putting a smile on my face and reminding myself this is what God has for me for this year and I need to not rely on my own strength at this point. :)

4 comments:

Aimee said...

So I am wondering if your stolen translator is a person or a computer-like thing. Either way, if its a person its funny to think that they were stolen, and if its a machine, its funny to think it was reassigned. We made it to Vienna, long trip, 3 hour layover in London kicked our booties. Jameo slept horribly last night so I gotta get him out in the sun to help with jetlag. I love you!!

Tash said...

Praise God that he takes care of things when we don't have the strangth, energy, or patience to! Love you and I'm praying for you :)

Edith/URKL said...

Your LD colleagues as well as Amanda enjoyed talking with you all this afternoon. We hope your visit with us was encouraging. Let us know how your BTS or Open House went without a translator! I'm sure the parents didn't understand your hand motions. They probably laughed and were delighted with your sparkling voice, smile and numerous facial expressions. Just remember God is at your side and ready to guide you and answer your prayers. I love you!

Edith/URL said...

Can't believe I goofed up the URL!
Heehee!

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