Yeah, it's been a while since I've posted. To be honest I'm weary; lots of stuff going on. The one that's really draining my work now is the fact that my cat has been ailing for two months. He stopped eating, and has been in and out of the vet several times. He gets better, and then stops eating again. Poor little guy has been diagnosed with renal problems, diabetes and hepatic lipidosis, in addition to suffering from constipation and a cold in the last few weeks. These things are supposed to be treatable, so I began syringe feeding him in hopes he would recover. It's been quite time-consuming and emotionally draining, and I still don't much know what to do, except to pray and try my best to comfort him. Fortunately, my family and colleagues have been understanding and supportive. God gave me a very sweet gift in Chocolate, one that has been very dear to me these past twelve years. This chance to take care of him intensively is a gift as well; and I commit my responsibilities, to my cat and to my job, to His hand whose wisdom will not fail in these trying circumstances.
Ok, ministry news. I am very excited to say that we have started training about twenty school representatives to begin using our Computer Training Outreach in their schools. I still need to finish the conversion to Puppy Linux; I have three chapters left in Computer Essentials. Hopefully Spreadsheet Essentials will be a simpler transition. At least OpenOffice Light works in Puppy, so I don't have to change to completely different office program instructions!
Also, we're tentatively looking at sending George and possibly Ray to Nigeria for three weeks this May to work with the writers. I'm hoping about then to be looking to buy my own plane tickets go to go for a longer term. As we say in TEN3, Deo Volente (God willing).