Sandy and I arrived safely (with all our baggage - answered prayer) last night (Friday). We were very tired after about 24 hours in route and a little wasted time turning back to Atlanta for a mechanical problem. It's always an adventure. No, problem, that just reduced our lay over in Frankfurt from 8 hours to 3 (yawn). Saturday we journeyed to down town Chisinau for the obligatory picture in front of Stepan Cel Mare (15th century version of Geo Washington). I also made time for a cup of coffee at my favorite little cofffe shop and some people watching. Team members from Texas (Miriam, Misty, Kim and Bobby) got here tonight (Saturday). We had a wonderful dinner together at the IMB Mission Team House (guest house). It was Sandy's birthday so we had a cake, with a candle, and sang to her, of course. Tomorrow we go to church and prepare for the camp. We are all very excited about the camp and how each of the youth will respond the theme of Viata de Succes (success for life). This is a very important and difficult time for them. Many will be finishing their schools and completing their CERI transitional program with us. Jobs and independent living responsibilities are before them - do you remember how that felt? It is getting late and I have made enough type-o's. Good night (noapta buna) and God bless.