|Fun time at the dance!|
Our conference was last
|The whole group|
|Our Karlovac members|
We went to the MUP (again) last week, and we finally got our visa cards. We are legal! It only took five months. It looks like a driver's license and when we leave we have to give it back. I'd like to keep it as a souvenir but I don't think they will let me.
We had our monthly testimony meeting today at church. The three sisters who attended the conference got up and spoke about it, and then I was surprised (and thrilled) when T got up to bear his testimony. I think it was his first time. I noticed that he seemed tired and he later told EK that he had gotten up in the middle of the night to write down some things because he knew he had to get up to speak on Sunday. What a special young man he is, we really love him. The time was coming to a close but people kept getting up to speak, and we actually went over.
|Will we ever learn?|
We have gone to the Posta numerous times to mail things. There is usually one person in the bunch who can understand English. I make sure to say "avionska pošta" so it goes by plane and not on a slow boat to China, or in my case Wisconsin or Utah. We have never seen mailmen on the street until recently. We wondered how they got around and we found a couple on duty riding their bikes with their pack of mail on the back.
EK had a meeting in Zagreb, so he dropped me off at the Avenue Mall and picked me up afterwards. I found a few things for summer and then he picked me up to go a movie with some Zagreb Branch members. We saw The Gods of Egypt and we thought it was pretty good. It as our first movie in Croatia. The movies are all in English with Croatian subtitles. The theatre had plush seats and since it was Wednesday, it was only $3.50. What a deal for our date night.
Word of the week: avionska pošta which means: airmail