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6/6-16

Javell folkens. Nye uga. Nytt rauaraddel ;)

Sprket blir bedre og bedre. Folk blir ofte imponert nr de finner ut hvor lenge vi har vrt her nr det gjelder gresken vr. Denne uken snakket jeg og Rantaniemi med en fyr, og etter en stund spurte han meg: Er foreldrene dine fra Kypros, eller Hellas? Jeg forsto ikke helt sprsmlet, for jeg ser da vel ikke veldig ut som en greker, gjr jeg? Jeg svarte nei. S sa han: ja, for du snakker veldig rent som en greker, s jeg tenkte kanskje at faren din var en greker. S jeg velger ta det som et tegn p fremgang. Prver jo s hardt jeg kan f til sprket. 

Her er et bilde for dere som leste bloggen forrige uke.:

Det var et medlem forrige uke i kirken som ikke likte slipset som jeg hadde p meg. S p sndag kom han bort til meg og gav meg en pose med 5 slips. Hahhaha! En type som er hundre prosent rlig nr det gjelder absolutt alt. 

Vi mtte p Tatiana denne uken, som hadde masse problemer frste gang jeg var her i Paphos. Hun er ikke lengre sammen med typen hennes, som var roten av de fleste problemene. Hun flyttet nettopp og er alene med den lille datteren hennes, s hun trengte hjelp i hagen. Hun gjenkjente meg da vi mtte henne og s sa til meg oh, you speak greek now? ah, very good, very good. hahha. Forrige gang vi mttes var nok ikke gresken min noe srlig imponerende. S vi hjalp henne i hagen. Satte opp et gjerde, flyttet en rosebusk osv. Hpet er at vi kan hjelpe henne bde fysisk og ndelig, og at hun fr fremgang i livet sitt.

Vi hadde en misjonr-splits denne uken. S jeg fikk vre i Limassol for en dag igjen. Jeg var der p sndag ogs, siden vi hadde et Europa mte. S den hele dagen jeg var der fikk jeg kontaktet folk som jeg hadde kontakt med fr jeg flyttet. Flere av dem mistet kontakten med de nye misjonrene. S det var bra. Et av medlemmene fortalte meg da den lille datteren Mariana til en av underskerne s misjonrene for frste gang p en stund, s ropte hun Ah, Lundegrd! Lundegrd Dette var jo litt kult, nr man tenker p at hun ikke snakker skikkelig enda, siden hun er tre r og snakker de snakker 3 sprk i hjemmet. Lundegrd er vel ikke det letteste navnet si heller. 

Det var en skadet sommerfugl som landet p meg som jeg ikke fikk viftet bort. S jeg hadde den med meg en god stund. Sommerfugl p gresk er flygende-blomst. Bde sommer-fugl og flygende-blomst er bedre enn butterfly. Som p Norsk blir ei smrflue. Kan ikke tenke meg at det m finnes noe eklere enn en fettete flue. Fysjom..

nske dkkr alle ein skamfine uga ^^ s snakkes me neste uga. Drop gjerne en linje eller to i bloggen eller send meg en mail.

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Hi you folks. New week. New chatter;)

The language gets better and better. People are often impressed when they find out how little we have been here when it comes to the Greek language. This week me and Rantaniemi spoke with a guy, and after a while he asked me: 'Are your parents from Cyprus or Greece? "I did not fully understand the question, for I don?t look like a Greek, do I? So I answered ?no.? Then he said, "Well you speak very clean like a Greek, so I thought maybe your father was a Greek."

I choose to take it as a sign of progression. Good since I really work as hard as I can to learn the language.



One of the members did not like the tie a wore last week in the church. So this Sunday he came up to me and gave me a bag with 5 new ties. Hahhaha! He is a guy that is one hundred percent honest with everything.

We met Tatiana this week on the street. For you that do not remember, she was the who had plenty of trouble the first time I was here in Paphos. She is no longer with her boyfriend, who was the root of most of her problems. She just moved and since she is alone with her little daughter, she needed help in the garden. She did recognize me when we met her and then said to me "Oh, you speak greek now? ah, very good, very good. " hahha. Last time we met me Greek was probably not very much impressive. So we helped her in the garden. Put up a fence, moved a rose bush etc. The hope is that we can help her both physically and spiritually, and that she will progress in her life.

We had an exchange this week. So I got to be in Limassol for a day. I was there on Sunday too, since we had a European mission meeting. So I got to contact people the whole day I was there that I had contact with before I moved. Several of them lost in touch with the new missionaries. So it was good to start up again. One of the members told me when the little Mariana that is the daughter to one of the investigators saw some missionaries for the first time in a while, so she shouted out "Ah, Lundegrd! Lundegrd " That was the kind of cool to hear. Especially when you consider that she does not speak properly yet, since she is only three years old and they speak 3 different  languages ​​at home. Lundegrd is not the easiest name to say either.

There was an injured butterfly that landed on me, that it did not want to get of me even if I try to wave it of. So I had it on me for a long while as you can see of the picture. Butterfly in Greek is ?flying flower?. In Norwegian we call them ?Summer bird?. Both summer bird and flying flower is much better than ?butterfly? Have you ever thought about how disgusting the word ?butter fly? sounds. I cannot imagine that there can be anything worse than a greasy fly. yack. You English people needs to figure out a better name/word for a beautiful creature like this.

Wish you all a marvelous week ^^ and you will see me here next week. Drop a line or two in your blog if you like or feel free to send me an email. :)

 

 






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    Jeg heter Jrgen Lundegrd er 19 r og er kalt til tjene en LDS misjon i Hellas. S her kommer jeg til skrive og poste bilder fra min misjon i Hellas Athen Misjon Sept. 2015 - Sept. 2017.

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