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... a cafe around 10:15 and the place was packed, busy, ALIVE! As I walked through the streets back to the apartment, there were people all over the place. They had a certain light about them that just made it feel like they were that much more alive than those on the other side of the island.
I know I was in an area of San An that is much more residential than the other side of the town, but I can tell that my spirit is so much fuller over here. I feel that even time ...
... back, and how it is almost set up like a shrine. Lots of bright shiny colors up front and rows of very uncomfortable benches as pews. Then there is the side seating in little alcoves. Ill have to look a bit closer next time, as I arrived JUST in time for the service to start. I was a bit enthralled by my last minute spanish studies this morning and lost track of time.
Once service started I knew there would be a lot of up and ...
... mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie. Without a single thread of complaint, I ended up making nearly all of the dishes. As per usual, I was running around a few hours beforehand because there were things I still needed, but in the end... everyone was smiling, satisfied, and thankful. It was so satisfying for me to, in not so many words, have the approval of all these new friends over my food, that once they were all speaking in Spanish again, ...
... bone in the shade. Where the humidity makes it feel freezing inside, but nearly unbearable outside because the air is so heavy. Where said humidity reaches 95% and feels like it is choking you while running at 930pm but then the same night gives you chills and feels like someone dumped a bucket of water on your bed.
There are days similar to those I experienced in cada lugares en Estados Unidos, where I felt alone and abandoned by everyone in my circle. When I ...
The weeks are passing and my smile continues. There are days where I feel alone in the world, like I have been stranded on a deserted island. Most days that last part is visually painstaking true, but the people that have entered my life make me feel as though I am just living in a small town with life in its people, not its streets. I could not have asked for a better group of people to have entered my life at this stage. What I need to remember ...