For about a week now I have been without my personal pc, as the screen has given up the ghost. Today I wandered over to a nearby electronics store, what has to be the World’s Ultimate Electronic Store, or near to it, and purchased a desktop monitor, which is now attached to my laptop. (I know I didn’t bargain as much as I could have, but I did get the price lowered a bit. Such things take practice, like so many things.) It’s a bit of a tape-and-bailing-wire fix, but it is working. So, anyway, now I can get to the program necessary here in China to get to the blog, so I should be able to update it shortly. For now, though, other things to do on this very warm late September afternoon.
Things to write about: the Lama Temple. Table Tennis. A difficult week. A wonderful time at church.
For now, though, let me add now that tomorrow we all meet some of our student’s parents, beginning at 8:30 in the morning. High drama. It should be good.