We're finally back in Kosovo after a thirteen month absence. It's amazing how much changes in a year!
Yesterday we got our Internet service set up and I was surprised at how simple the process was. I went to a local reseller and filled out a form. They gave me a window of time during which the installers would come. The following day they came, only a half hour after the window they gave. They set us up and now we have a 2MB connection for about $33 per month. That's pretty cheap compared to US prices.
Another thing that's changed since we left is the water situation. Because of the amazing lack of rain over the last year, and the even more amazing lack of snow over the winter, there is a severe drought in Kosovo right now. Water rationing is in effect and our water is out for 24 hour periods. Supposedly our neighborhood loses water for 24 hours (roughly) twice a week. We're grateful however, for how "good" our water is. Our landlord's sister went 23 straight days without water! None the less, it's a bit challenging to bathe when it's in the nineties, flush the toilets and wash clothes.
But God's doing good things. Last night I had the great joy of attending our Bible Study and saw some of my good Albanian friends for the first time. I also met four people at the study whom I'd never met.