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... how hard I try. I guess the lesson here is enjoy everyday, because the end is coming fast.
For the last month, I've been thinking, drawing, eating, going out, attending school, buying necessities (such as a bra that I bought for the equivalent of $4 USD - WHAT?!), going to the gym, singing, and living this new (but slowly becoming not-so-new) life that I'm completely loving.
With all that being said, I can say once again, that January, was a ...
... on its side in the ditch. One could only assume that no one would have lived through this, thankfully it was not a car full of people, or a Ram full of us.
Down the road we went and covered the 184 km in 21/2 hours, and were at the casita unloading our luggage a little after noon, and went off shopping at Sam’s, the Mega and El Coyule, for groceries and refreshments and alcohol.
Oh did I mention we had a little libation prior to leaving and ...
... give you exercises or you can choose for yourself. It's a very nice gym, it's a part of what is almost like a country club.
On those days, after the gym, we come home, eat, shower, and I go straight to bed because I'm exhausted by that point, which is usually around 10:30.
On Friday nights, we have dinner with my mother's parents and family. Aunt's, uncles, and cousins all go to my grandparent's house. Each week the individual families switch ...
... the aircraft was too heavy and they needed two people to get off and go on a different flight. Once that got figured out I was on my way!
When I arrived in Puebla, the local time was about 8pm. I went through costumes and got my bags. Then, waiting for me was my new family, my mom, sister Pame ("Pah-meh"), my cousin Lia ("Lee-ah"), and my aunt (my dad wasn't there because he was in a fishing tournament in northern Mexico. He arrived home today). We started ...
... as the sun sets behind the small mountain range just above the horizon.
Many nice memories but the driving here is not one of them. I have to use my motorcycle a few times and on one of those occasions I went hard into a massive pot hole (one of many, many that are on every street) that I saw just a little to late. Turned out I bent BOTH my rims it was such a violent shot but the front one was really bad. I had to go to a local llantera (tire place) but ...
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