Monday, July 2, 2007

New York - Day two

Today was a much better day. Went to bed last night about 10:30, and woke up at 10:00 in the morning. Probably could have slept another hour or two, but we needed to get some stuff done before we met for our orientation. Still had some groceries to buy, and figure out where we were going. Scrubbed our apartment - floors (you don't even want to know) - refrigerator - hmm...well, let's just say it got a good scrubbing also, and let's just give a big ol' THANKS to the creator of Febreeze (too late to own stock?!). Met up with all the folks we will be spending the next month with, and had a full run-down of what we are going to be doing. Tomorrow we meet at the church we will be ministering to. Already sounds like it is going to be very fun, and lots of Spanish! No mishaps today - no falling down stairs, no hauling bags (just the grocery kind). The picture is at the end of the day when we were all gathering around getting ready to head back on the subway. There 30 adult missionaries, and more than 20 kids! More tomorrow...

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