Sunday, October 30, 2011
What Time Is It?
To make matters even more complicated for those of us living on the western edge of Ukraine, ethnic Hungarians living inside the border of Ukraine function on Hungarian time which is (under normal circumstances) one hour earlier. So, for example, you are in our town of Mukachevo and you want to meet a Hungarian-speaking person for a cup of coffee you must always clarify: "Hungarian time or Kiev time"? Yeah, it gets confusing.
So, I really wonder...how many people will be on time for church this morning. And what actually is "on time"?