From Transylvania with Love

March 30, 2010 at 7:52 pm 1 comment

Meet Anna and her mother, Zsuzsa

Papa helps Big Brother, Agoston, cut one of his cakes for his 4th birthday!

Papa helps Big Brother, Agoston, cut one of his cakes for his 4th birthday.

Readers signing up to read with Rosemarie and Wanda

With horse and hand plow, two farmers plow the garden plot for Gusti & Aranka, my neighbors.

Vasile reads from The Word to prepare our minds for communion.

These mountains wore a coat of white just one week ago. Then, Spring came!

Seasons come & Seasons go, but this Roman wall has led down the mountain side in Sibiu for about 1310 years.

Ancient church still in use in Sibiu (my camera could only get 1/2 of it in the picture.)

If you look closely, you'll see that apple blossoms are about to burst forth on my tree. The birds and the bees were dancing around the 14 fruit trees in my garden today!

Regardless of the season, every morning I am greeted by the ancient church and fortress on another high hill across from my home in the Transylvania mountain country.

“None of us lives to himself, and none of us die to himself.  For if we live, we live to the Lord.  And if we die, we die to the Lord.  Therefore, whether we live or die, we are the Lord’s.”  Romans 14: 7 – 8

— Anne

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Grannies for God in Transylvania! Sibiu, Romania – Ancient City

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  • 1. Sherrie Hammond  |  April 10, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    Wonderful photos Anne! Thank you for sharing the photos of the new babies, their families, the Romanian landscape, history, and the nature photos of your apple tree. Glorious photos! The photos make me smile. Thank you for sharing!


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