For one thing, it's a major tourist city of all nationalities. Most places speak a little English or we know enough to communicate.
See these stairs.
Evidently, it was on Andy's bucket list to walk down, take a picture, and walk back up. According to his vast useless knowledge, from the top you only see the platform and only see the stairs from the bottom. I was okay with only seeing the platform, but "when in Rome or City by the Sea"...
|I'm doing my "cheesy" posing that we see the locals do.|
So we walked down, took a picture, and walked back up. Check! (My birthday present to him!)
The sights and sound continue to amaze me as I walk daily. No matter the same path, there is always a newness to it.
Always there are couples lost in themselves, together.
Court date has yet to be determined, most likely in another week or two. Until we have a date, we can't predict when we'll be coming home. Another facet of living by faith, and in the moment. Our days are filled with visits with Miss Sarah and walking around the city.
One other wonderful avenue is with the technology, we're able to communicate daily with family and friends. I was remembering when my aunt and uncle adopted eight years ago, technology had not advanced as much. On our trip, we've emailed, facebooked, and blogged. Our kids' amazing teachers have let us Skype in their classrooms last week, and we've been able to Skype with our parents.
Now for the closing number in this post, you've all been anticipating...
To The Families of Max and Lena, Brian, and Alina: your children are in Sarah's groupa or the groupa next door and we see them daily. Andy's doing his "spy" camera techniques to get some good pictures for you. Amber and Missy B, I think I already have your email. Alina's family, email me off list or post a comment so we can get you pictures of your child.
Keep Smiling and Embracing Your Journey:)