What devastating news! I am so sorry to hear of the loss of the laptop and photos. I regularly check the blog for updates and pictures of your journey, both of which I have thoroughly enjoyed. I could hardly bear to read this post (I’m stopping by 2 days after the event, actually) of the terrible theft.
(Goodness, now my evening almost feels ruined – what an unfortunate event.) I wish I could do something to assist you both. St. Anthony, help!
Keep an eye on your goal and your spirits high.
Prayers always for your safety,
The Good Lord has blessed it with a cross… Fiat! Remember the goal of the trip is no so much the challenge of the physical rather than that of the spiritual: the longest (in km!) act of charity in your life!
Check the email for more news.
With my blessing and greetings to all the friends in Latium!
Fr D Couture
There is a massive devotion to St. Anthony in India – you never know, you might find that its only ‘lost’ not ‘stolen’ and St. Anthony is always willing to help in those cases!
Praying for your ‘thief’ to find his concience.
Happy Easter to you both,
(currently in Scotland where its really, really, really cold!)
I don’t believe it!!! My sister is coming out from the US in two weeks, she could bring you a new laptop and then we send it via DHL or Fedex to you. Let me know, I know she would be happy to bring it. Bjs, Cat
Yes, I’m terribly sorry, Cat—after you went to all that trouble to get it to me, we’ve gone and lost it! It’s worse than the loss itself!
But I would be delighted to avail myself of your sister’s help. Could you please send me some more details?
Thanks again ! ! !
Also, just so everyone knows, it probably wasn’t an Italian who took my laptop: the Termini draws shady-, seedy-looking immigrants from all over Europe. Simply the wrong place to be flashing an expensive laptop!