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The last weeks here just flew by. After several failed attempts by one, or both of my children to enter the pass code for my iphone lock screen, my phone was ultimately disabled. In order to unlock it I would have to reset the phone to factory setting and hopefully access a recent backup to restore it to. Unfortunately, the internet connection at the house, and at the cafe, was not up to the task, and I resigned to waiting until I ...
... CAPACITY. THE WAY PEOPLE GIVE UP THEMSELVES TO HIM IS EXTRAORDINARY, AND THEIR LOVE OF THE CHEIKH IS UNCONDITIONAL. HE SEEMS TO HAVE SOME DIVINE LIGHT AND SECRET SIMILAR TO WHAT WE READ IN THE STORIES OF THE GREAT PROPHETS AND THEIR PEOPLE. BUT THIS ONE (CHEIKH AHMADOU BAMBA) DIFFERS FROM THEM BY HIS PURITY OF HEART, HIS GENEROSITY AND HIS WISHING GOOD TO FRIENDS AND ENEMIES ALIKE. THESE ARE QUALITIES HIS PREDECESSORS WOULD HAVE ENVIED ...
... and sounds are truly spectacular.
Some friends wanted to know about the surf. I think there would be great surf here if a big swell came in. We are here in the low surf season and have not seen a wave over six feet. The big summer storms probably lend themselves to great surfing. There are some awesome points and offshore reef/bar breaks worth noting.
Land and homes are pretty cheap. One spot was advertised as ...
... along was not the best idea. He wasn't feeling great, and did not appreciate me leaving him in another room while I attended the birthing mother. I should say that whenever I did anything midwifery related without him, I would be bombarded with "where is your baby?" over and over again. There were plenty of nice mamas and grandmas willing to hold him, and at least three other babies his age present, but he just cried. Poor guy! ...
... to last pass, we managed to get one in the boat. It was nerve racking, but we had dinner.
Then it was time to head home as the sun was getting low, and we had an hour commute to the boat launch. I was totally turned around, but Patrick knew the place well and guided us back. He said he may take me out once more at cost to catch fish to sell at market. You can believe I’m looking forward to ...