Monday, February 6, 2012

Italy- Grand Mansions

Tired if a comfortable life, filled with personal space and alone time?
Why not come to none other than Bologna, Italy! Yes, fulfill your dreams of traveling to the wonderful Italy, and you can live in one of our wonderful, elegant dwellings such as displayed below! Take a moment to enjoy the tour, and fall in love with the same grandiloquence that has entranced so many others already!

The Main Portion of the House
Kitchen/Laundry
The main portion of the house is a wonderful combination, including a laundry machine that reminiscently imitates the sound of a plane turbine, breaking the sound barrier and the gentle quietude of a lovely morning cafe. With a small dinning room/living room addition, you can watch your laundry spin as the washer door leaks onto the floor, all while your roommates cook on the range, seeings as we've combined all of these aspects to form a fully functional kitchen, laundry, living, dinning room! No more wasting space having a separate room for each function, no, no, no! Now you can do it all within arms reach, maintaining the closest possible distance from your beloved roommates at all times!

Lonely at night? Cold winter weather keeping your feet cold by day, frigid by night? Not in our intuitive room design! Share two twin beds shoved together with a friend, and you'll never feel cold at night again. Not done there? Fear not, we've crammed two more beds into the small room, making it possible to comfortably sleep 5. If ever one roommate gets fed up with the snoring of his fellows, he has the chance to slip a fold up bed into the kitchen area, making breakfast convenient and accessible to everyone in the morning!
Call now, and THIS could be YOURS!
Now you can sleep in the Kitchen!
Everything Within Reach!
Tired of having to use the toilet and THEN the shower? How primitive! In our accommodations, you can use the toilet, shower, and use the sink ALL AT ONCE! A perfect position for a bathroom, it so wonderfully rests directly behind the front door, making immediate access to it in cases of emergency quite impossible. Generally, it is recommended to enter slowly, so that in case that SOMEONE DIDN'T CLOSE THE BATHROOM DOOR, you don't slam the two doors together, either waking up all the sleeping people or shattering door frames.


Our shower curtain is one that can wonderfully cover half of the shower, so you can both shower and simultaneously choose whichever side of the bathroom you'd like to rinse off, subsequently flooding the whole of the floor with your dirty buttrinse water. Don't miss your chance, book today!


Ps. Everyone know Zechariah Fuller? No? Well you should! He is the one that I am here with. In fact, in case you all forgot, he is the one I was going to be with in Honduras. That fell through, so he suggested we come to Italy. I've included his blog here in my links, so please check it out and follow the adventure from HIS eyes as well! Thanks for all the loyalty and reads, everyone!

EDIT: Zech and I are trying our best to stay here in Italy long-term, but it is very difficult to get the papers that allow it. We might have figured it out, but now we are at a point where we leave it totally in Jehovah's hands and wait before we can move to the next step. We're trying so hard to find a way to stay here! So, my dear readers, I would appreciate it SO much you included our efforts in your prayers! We've got a long road ahead, but thus far Jehovah has thoroughly blessed it. Let's see where our Skylines take us, shall we? Pray for us!
Here is a piece straight from Zech's blog.
"PROGRESS!!!!!! I hope…….. So Trevor and I have been on the Hunt to find a way to stay here in italy….we made our curriculum vitae’s up, visited some Job agencies, and looking at a few english teaching schools… We feel pretty confident that Jehovah will bless something… Like in the bible study, unless we are moving in a direction…or doing something, the spirit has nothing to work with… So we are casting or seed over many waters to see what will turn up… To get a visa to work, its a VERY expensive and complicated process… We are willing to go thru the process… or AVOID it if at all possible! SO…… today We called the American consulate in florence. and i got to talk to an American!!! YAY!!! finally i could talk to someone in that place that understands! He was super helpful. i ask all the questions i needed answered. like, can i go to another country and get a stamp to enter another 3 months? NO! anyway long story short…. he said that if i can get someone to go to the Questura, or the local police office and have them say that they need us for our english in the church and that we dont need jobs which means that we wont be taking anything from the locals THEY MAY JUSTB GIVE US THE PROPER DOCUMENTS TO STAY!!!!!!! so which means that I will need work online…over the internet…. AND HERE IN ITALY, ITS ALL WHO YOU KNOW THAT WILL GET YOU WHAT YOU WANT. so he tells me that if we knew anyone in the questura, they may be able to help us… i almost screamed like a little girl.(some of you know that im capable of that haha) so i immediately called our C.O.B.E and explained it to him…and he was like “I HAVE A FRIEND IN THE QUESTURA…INFACT HE IS A BROTHER…” (i screamed again hahaha)so……..my dear family and friends…. PLEASE KEEP US IN YOUR PRAYERS………. If everything goes to plan and Jehovah sees fit, all these ones here will be reached.. again, the Bologna congregation is made up of 38 publishers, last sunday there were 84 in attendance… THAT MANY NEW AND INTERESTED STUDIES!!!! and there are other families and camps that have not ever been contacted and reached because we dont have enough people and cars to go ton the far out territories…. Again, we are only scratching the surface of this vast field that is waiting to be harvested! So, Wani, Joy, Javan, Erick, uncle Tom and everyone coming with u guys…BE READY TO WORK. PLEASE BRING A ZEALOUS SPIRIT AND A LOVE FOR THE MINISTRY AND PEOPLE BECAUSE THATS WHAT WE NEED!!!"

Ciao for now!

~T

10 comments:

  1. WOW! That sounds so exciting! (Not the apartment you guys are messy.). You actually have a chance to stay. With putting everything in Jehovah's hands as you seem to be doing everything will work out great. So excited for you :) What an amazing opportunity to have.

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    1. *GASP* We are not messy! We're men! *manly grunt* No but really, we do alright. We're at least not dirty at all, just sometimes we leave some stuff out. Big difference between dirty and messy, right? Anyway, the field is amazing. No, really. It is amazing!
      Anyway. We'll see how it works out. :]

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  2. Hmmm idk :) Messy is defind as 'dirty and disorderly' so difference? :)

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    1. You're looking in the wrong dictionary, girl.

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  3. You're friend Zech looks just like Bruno Mars...

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    1. Shhh! We're trying to maintain a cover so he doesn't keep getting pestered everywhere he goes!

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  4. Haha! This is funny... well the luxurious lodging part. I used to live in an RV with2-4 other people for three months at a time. This brought it all back. Very 'cozy'! But a lot of fun, especially the half closing shower curtain. Hilarious! You all are definitely in my prayers. I hope you get to stay! Sooo much work to do. It will be interesting to see what doors Jehovah opens!

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    1. Hahaha, Cozy indeed, Jennifer! My eyes are peeled to the workings of Holy Spirit!

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  5. What is the pizza like there?

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