When I was in Greencroft’s health care unit for therapy, I was in a new room that had been equipped with the latest internet connection. Now I am in the oldest part of greencroft. So the internet connection is behind the times. I have been told that a technician will come at 2:15 this coming Monday to take care of my needs for internet connections.
No connections has meant that I have not kept up to date on the events at the Mennonite Assembly in Kansas City. I’m tempted to think that God in wisdom has quieted me down. That’s O K.
John Paul Lederach wrote that when two parties are in conflict, both are part of the problem. That means that in recent church conflicts I am a part of the problem. When I said this in the hearing of Jep Hostetler it seemed to me that he agreed with Lederach too heartily. Perhaps he saw some humor that escaped me.
I am able to write this because I did what I should have done long ago – I called my webmaster, Pete. He worked with me long and hard to give me access to the computer shared by Greencroft residents. He must do some more work with me before it gets on the email list.
Now I am able to post because the Copper Wire representatives have installed a router and the other “stuff” needed to give me internet access. I am at home at Evergreen Place, Assisted Living, 1300 Greencroft Drive, Apt. #83, Goshen, IN 46526. Call me at (574) 536-8205 and come see me.
My latest guests were Rhoda’s sister, Lois, and her first cousin Connie Stauffer. More posts are coming.