Today, we went to visit Lyuda’s older sister. We met her in Cherkassy. Before these past couple of trips, I could never keep Cherkassy, Chernivtsi, and Chernihiv straight. They are each their own city and oblast (like a state). However, I’ve visited them all for different reasons in the past couple of months, so now I know about them all.
It was a super, wet rainy day.
We went to the mall and went to a sushi restaurant. Only Oksana can convince 3 people who’ve never had sushi before to go to a sushi restaurant. She was the rockstar of this trip, translating for all of us and breaking the ice between us.
We just sat and talked. Her sister has the sweetest baby boy (making her AUNT Lyuda), and he was our entertainment.
After we finished lunch, we went to take some photos of Lyuda and her sister. Sweet baby fell asleep in the car on the way. We asked our driver if he could stay in the car with him while we took photos, and our driver didn’t even hesitate to say yes. Our driver constantly goes above and beyond!
It was a brief visit, but definitely worth it for everyone involved.
Rainy, rainy Ukrainian road. This is a typical village road.
One thought on “Cher…”
Oh dear. I can understand how this must be very emotional for Lyuda. She is a brave girl. Such a good thing that she got to see her sister before leaving!