I’ve been out doing things this past week and a half — things not involving internet. I went up to Flagstaff to visit my delightful godmother, met some of her friends, and went to a live recording of A Prairie Home Companion with her and her friends. Then I spent a week at camp — it was very busy, but good; there are a lot of great kids there and as an adult I got out of having to try to work up enthusiasm for games I do not see the attraction of. For instance, the morning of the “olympics,” rather than being on a team I sat on top of a boulder and made friends with a slick, shiny lizard.
The latest update on Georgia is that we’re to leave a week early (June 23 or so) and teach evening English classes to police officers for the summer, which is to be set up by the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs.