Here is a brief overview of this past week in Budapest:
I was welcomed to Hungary by Harold and Cindy Goldman (missionaries supported by The Orchard) who’ve been part of the Reach Global City Team since June 2015. I was so glad to have had that opportunity to spend some time with them!
On Monday, I was able to hit the ground running with a list of projects.
- Painting the restrooms: I was able to finish the men’s room but still have some work to do on the women’s rooms (wallpaper borders are the worst).
- Drywall in the lobby (I love hanging drywall!): Tomi (my favorite facilities manager here in Hungary) had arranged for some electricians to come, so the wall/column needed studs for the electricians to be able to do their work. Tomi and I did that on Monday afternoon. Then on Tuesday we had to work in step with the electricians to hang drywall as they needed it. I cut all the boards so when the electricians needed us to.
Prayer requests: I’m not sleeping well, but despite that I still seem to have a decent level of energy, but a good undisturbed night of sleep would be helpful. It also appears I’m fighting a cold. Pray that I would stay healthy.