|It says "brothers?" on the billboard|
Climate change is less important when you are living in a country where war could break out anytime, you find. You just try to ignore the elephant in the room and go on with life as normal. Garry phoned his mother in March for her birthday and she told him the same thing as our kids do, people they don't even know walk up to them and ask how we are doing and if we are leaving Ukraine.
|Sunday morning on the way to church|
|A family walking to church with their umbrellas|
Garry is not planting corn today as planned, because we had an amazing big rain yesterday, after getting enough for puddles on Saturday, so it is too wet. Saturday they sprayed some of ground where they will be planting sunflowers with herbicide, because the only inexpensive spray available is used before planting. We have way more land to farm this year, so there is lots of corn and sunflowers to plant with the new planter.
Sunday morning we headed to church and as as we drove the sprinkles became rain drops on the windshield as we got closer to the city. The apricot trees are blooming everywhere, and some trees are even getting leaves.
After church we ate at Mc Donalds and did the monthly visit with Lena's English classes at 2 pm for an hour. Everyone learning English wants to hear a native speaker.
|Spring is here, trees are blooming and some are even green!|
|Rain is Ukraine makes Garry smile|
|Forsythia bushes in bloom in front of McD's|
|Garry talking to the English class|
|The space sculpture in the traffic circle near Dafi has a flag now|