Yep, wireless. It's great. It actually wasn't working most of the day, but it's working tonight.
We are having a great time here. Let me just say that sleeping in an air conditioned room is like heaven. I have come to realize that you don't know what you have (or don't appreciate it) until you don't have it anymore. No sticky feeling in the morning, no sweating at night. It was hours of solid bliss. Even Seth slept so well that we all ended up oversleeping. We never set an alarm because that boy is up like clock work by 6:30 every morning, and he slept until 7:30 this morning!
It is so neat to meet other missionaries in Central and Eastern Europe. We see most of the Hungary team all the time, but for the few we don't, it has been great to catch up. There are several countries represented here, and I have enjoyed getting to know the people from them and hear their stories. I love that UWM is a small mission. I know that there are pros and cons to having a big or a small mission, but they are truly the perfect fit for us. I just love talking to all these families and hearing how God is working in and through them. WOW!
Seth is making girlfriends left and right. I know the kid is cute, but wow, all the girls are chasing him. And I also have realized really what a small kid he is! I knew he had hollow bones or something because he is constantly eating yet never puts on the pounds or feels any heavier. I don't know where it all goes. One little girl here is a couple months younger than him and weighs more than him. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that he has been moving for months now? I don't know, but he sure does look small next to these kids!
Hopefully I will take some pictures of the place tomorrow. It really is so nice and in the cutest town. I am looking forward to the rest of our time here.