A Total Day OFF!

November 5, 2011 at 9:39 pm 1 comment

God is blessing me abundantly. My energy level increases some every day. Resting twice a day is routine, but Alva, Adolf and my Romanian team members keep the work going.

I took the whole day off today! We went to a lovely, small festival in Arkus – village 1 mile from Sfantu Gheorghe. Main attractions – 3 free classical concerts – a solo violinist, a solo cellist (both had marvelous accompanists), and a pianist. All are gifted musicians. I have to say that my heart ached when I saw how worn the piano sheet music was. Anybody have classical sheet music in good condition you wish to donate to the students at the Conservatory of Music School (grades 1 – 12)?

The Austrian Kaiser pancakes with fresh wild currants, the fish soup, potato salad maybe tied for first place with the classical concerts. The weather was about 50 F, sunny to partly cloudy, no wind…so peaceful there in an ancient park with restored mansion that serves as a museum today.

The display of antique pottery, farm tools, special embroidery work, wood crafts was impressive. After 3 1/2 hours, I was bushed, but very content! Alva, Maria, Jutka, and the 3 LST Grannies for God (Rosemarie, Wanda, Patricia) had a wonderful time together. God is good…all the time! — Anne

Beautiful St. George, Transylvania, Romania

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  • 1. Anne Boyd  |  November 5, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    Just a comment I forgot to mention that the ancient Fortress Church with Fortress Wall all around it has been standing there overlooking St. George since 1500 A.D. (if I have my information correct. — Anne


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