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... young people, perhaps their grandparents might have remembered those days of El Jute. They had walked and planned to stay for the night where a new building now stands but it would have been small for the participants involved. That so many youth were involved I took as a sign of hope. I spoke to one man in his late 20's perhaps who was walking with his daughter who that day was celebrating her 3rd birthday. He worked in one of the maqulllas of GILDAN and was working to form a ...
... Four men came with instruments, two guitars, a base guitar, and the simplest violin imaginable that never seemed to be playing what the others were trying to play. I was surprised that the chapel was overflowing. Close to 5 pm we began the traditional adoration of the cross liturgy, led by our hostess Gualdina. Melo deliberately took a lesser role as he wanted to be there but to show his support for the local leadership.
We finished by 6:10 pm and did not delay as ...
... they just accepted the time frame and said goodbye and that was it. We thanked the staff and the fellow who originally met us traveled back to the city with us.
What did I learn from all this? The case of Magna gets more complicated the more I learn about it.
Magna is burdened with the failure of her marriage, abandonment, being unable to provide for the basic needs of her children, her desperate attempt to end it all, and now pending legal challenges. For the ...
... the streets literally became rivers a foot or more deep with fast running water. El Progreso backs onto a mountain and slopes to a major river, so the water does not linger but quickly accumulates and flows swiftly - at least giving the streets a good flush. The bad news is that it all goes into the river and in a few kms. further into the Caribbean.
No pictures for today's story, as much of a pain that I can be at times with my camera, these were days to keep my camera in my ...
... and his wife and 2 daughters still live there. Ninoska's sister-in-law and niece were there so we visited with them. Claudia understood enough Spanish to figure out that Ninoska had moved. We made plans to come back the next day at 3:00 for them to take us to visit Ninoska at her new house.
Matthew got up early to ride to San Pedro Sula with Juan Carlos and catch his flight. We were sad to see him ...