Ukrainian Flag

In Shannon’s last post we included a picture of our street with a caption asking: “Can you find the Ukrainian flag?”  Turns out it was an unintentional trick question.  The only flag visible in the picture was the Swedish flag and the Ukrainian flag was nicely tucked out of view.  Sorry and congratulations to Matt Perkins for knowing his stuff.  Here is the updated picture with the Ukrainian flag in full view.

Also included is a picture of a ginormous Ukrainian tortilla for your viewing pleasure.  Actually this tortilla-like-monstrosity is called a Levash and has found its way to Ukraine via an Armenian diaspora.  We will enjoy its functionality as a tortilla nonetheless.


7 thoughts on “Ukrainian Flag

  1. OMG- that “tortilla” is like a Monster Burrito from Freebirds. If you do it right, you two could be eating that thing for days.

    Glad to hear you are slowly settling in. We are praying for you.


  2. Holy Moly! That is ONE giant tortilla! You’d need like 6 orders of fajitas from Mi Pueblito to fill that thing up… oh, Sunday lunches just haven’t been the same without you!

    Great to see your faces. 🙂

    Love you both.


  3. toy ye scho ya ye hovoryt’ pro…Let me know if that made any sense. I am bored so I thought I would let the magic that is google translate some english into ukranian for me.

  4. Shannon,

    I’m so excited I found your blog. Your aunt mentioned it at church on Sunday. We made a trip to Tomball for my grandmothers birthday. I hope all is well, look forward to keeping up through your blog. I have a blog with Henry’s pictures on it, you’ll have to check it out.
    Take care,

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