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Keeping Pace

– Posted in: Children's Embassy Ukraine

I'm preparing to submit the new unified quarterly report. The instructions for filling in the reports consist of 61 pages. These "stable" amendments to legislation allow bookkeepers to increase their vocabulary constantly. Sometimes I would like to share my new skills with someone, but this would call for a psychiatrist-psychologist in our team. 😀 🤓

We were stuck in soft snow

– Posted in: Children's Embassy Ukraine

We skipped home visits today, as the side roads in the villages are not cleared of snow. The time would be well spent, we decided, fetching building material for the renovation of Friend's House. Not much luck here, either. We were stuck in soft snow. A little shovelling solved the problem, and we could drive

Dogs and children

– Posted in: Adolphi's blog

You were happy and strong, but someone left you on the streets and the streets weren't kind. But still, you don't give up. You found a friend, you can again trust people. You are again a happy dog. You were little and weak, but someone left you on the streets and the street wasn’t kind.

It’s Lockdown

– Posted in: Children's Embassy Ukraine

The children who have a smartphone can participate in remote teaching over Viber. The homework is in Viber as well.Nazar is waiting for his mother to return from work. He can then borrow her phone and see what homework he has for tomorrow.Everyone is waiting for the 24th of January. The lockdown should end then.