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... her projects! Will have to wait until next week to see them because . . . .
Last week I wrote about things always breaking down here. Well this week was no exception. We had two tragic deaths - the camera and Bobby's sippy cup. Not sure what happened with the camera, but new batteries, shaking it, pressing every button, won't make it turn on. For those of you that know Bobby well, her sippy cup is her lifeline to her coffee. The straw ...
... the casita and cleaning up the place. I repaired the broom I broke in half, again, so I could give the casita a good sweeping. We also washed a few shirts, shorts and underwear by hand boiling water on the stove. When was the last time you did that? Moved things from where they shouldn't be to where they should. I feel so much better, well, almost.
Other house keeping tasks, The sunrise play offs are heating ...
... you invest wisely and don't think about it too much later and actually do something like have a new idea. Then you can lose money. Stick with what you know. Be lazy. Let it ride.
The reason that we have been doing nothing is largely due to my inherited gimpy belly. Not sure what it was I ate, but, Bobby did not eat what I ate that made me stay close to home, eat sparingly and try, unsuccessfully, to stay hydrated. ...
... up the stove.
We have often gone without the bare necessities when camping and spending a weekend up at an Potomac Appalachian Trail Cabin for a weekend or more. But here in Baja, learning to deal without, day after day, is a little nerve rattling. I am beginning to see what it is like to live in the third world. Not that Mexico is actually the third world, some of it is not, by any means, but here in Baja, the ...
... out of propane gas again. We had a house cleaner, Theresa, come in to clean the casita. Not just the normal sweep out the sand cleaning, but a full day of cleaning. There was a lot more grit than I expected. In my broken Spanish, and Theresa's excellent Spanish, I learned that she would like to take a coffee break and so I offered to make her a cup, that's when we learned that we were out of gas. The last time we had the ...