November 9, 2018
From Davidson Lay Beh —
Greetings from United Kingdom! Though the Feast is over since the 1st of October, I continue staying in Sakhangyi till the last week of October. Continue reading
The mower’s been put away with care, the snow blower’s ready to do its share.
Another poem by William D. May from Chicago
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What are our plans for the Feast this year?
Is it all on travel, food and and cheer?
The best week ever!!
For many young people in Zambia, camp is the best and favourite time of the year for them. Once every year we hold camp and many young people from various locations in Zambia attend this event. It’s a time they look forward to being found in the zone, making new friends and being surrounded with people of similar beliefs.
I have enjoyed the poetry of William D. May of Chicago. It has an uplifting and encouraging tone. This is SUMMER. More to follow.
The grass is growing, the trees sprouting leaves and the days are now sunny.
Bees are humming and gathering nectar to make honey.
For the longest time, I had wanted to visit the Marych's in Edmonton. They have always been a part of our family because of their being good friends of our parents during World War II and afterward. I also wanted to hear their story about our parents. So, in August 2003 Bev and I flew to Edmonton and spent a few evenings with them. We also went to a Ukrainian Day event celebrating Ukraine's Independence. it was 12 or so years after Ukraine became independent. Below are three one hour unedited videos.