Anh ca Hoa Minh came back from Hanoi for a day to renew his visa, so we got to see him and that was fun. He showed up about half an hour before Anh ca Tien left, so that farewell was a little bit less sad than it would have been otherwise.
A couple months ago Anh ca Hoa Minh gave me a Vietnamese dictionary (not a Viet-English dictionary, but a straight up Vietnamese dictionary) he said he had stolen from Anh ca Tien because he thought it was cool but he wanted to give it to me because thought I would use it more. I was going to keep it until Anh ca Tien's birthday in July or until he went home a few weeks later, but then he got sent to Ho Chi Minh at transfers, so I tried to give it back this past week. Anh ca Tien said he had no clue about it and I should keep it and use it. I confronted Anh ca Hoa Minh about this and Anh ca Hoa Minh swears he begged Anh ca Tien for it and finally just took it. They both agree I should keep it though since we have no idea whose it would be otherwise. Ownership is nine-tenths of the law? Transfers is just a massive reduce, reuse, and recycle program plus clothing swap anyway...
Chi Phung came to church yesterday! And her oldest son loved Primary and wanted more! We told him he'd have to be sure to bring his family back next week. Hopefully his mom will commit this week to be baptized.
Life in Cambodia is awesome, and it's even better when you speak Vietnamese...or pretend to anyway.