Riding the new road.
Wow. I road a motorcycle (back seat, mind you) to the highway today. The difference is amazing. It used to feel like a bad boxing match...kidney punches and occasional cross hooks. Not any more! The road is smooth from one end to the other...well, almost. I actually enjoyed the ride. No dust to speak of. No bouncing. Just cool morning air, green trees, and the smell of someone's breakfast from time to time. What a dramatic difference.
The road is still just a dirt road, but it's twice as wide. There's something about being able to see further that makes you feel better while travelling, I noticed. The skinny path we had added to the tension of the trip. Now the road feels so much like an American experience. This place is really, really changing fast.
I've been busy on the computer lately working on the 501c3 status of ASAPH Teaching Ministry. Good stuff, but it takes time. Hope to contact the PA Dept. of State this week. Then we're on to the IRS. I actually have a payroll number already. The things you learn!
I'm setting up a new mailing address. I'll publish it as soon as I know it. I'll be able to receive mail w/o the help of Water For Life. I have to pay for poundage...twice, actually, so I am NOT asking anyone to mail anything but letters and cards for now. More on that later.
We hope to begin building in the month of April.
Remember that God takes pleasure in our obedience. Ma
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