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... it a surprise from some people but I figured now it's already out there. I come home August 21st. So I will see you all pretty soon. It will be nice to be home, but to go home I have to leave my home. Now I have two places that my heart calls home, and it might be ever harder to say goodbye to this place than it was to say goodbye to Oregon.
Anyway, I hope all is well, and I'll see you all in august! Best wishes from Mexico. ...
... br> On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, at about 5-5:30, my mom and I go to the gym. Last week we only went two days, but I ran 5 kilometers on Tuesday and 3 on Wednesday. For those that don't know me that well, I never run. I mean never. Like running for fun? Yeah that's a big no for me. Nevertheless, it's my goal to run at least 10 kilometers a week (or in the three days we go to the gym). Yesterday I ran 4. And I don't just run, there's a trainer there ...
... and I to Puebla (an international flight). I took the train in the airport to my gate, then walked back a little ways to get some food. My last meal in America was chicken parmesan with a tomato and mozzarella salad. It was really good and now I'm craving it, great.
My second plane was SO small, there were maybe 50 seats and everyone had to duck because the ceiling was so low. Then we had to wait for a while and someone who worked for the airport came on board ...
... of luxury, I was still happy to return here to my little home.
A while back I was marveling at the beautiful valley we live just on the edge of, looking down into the base, when I saw what I thought was a fog rolling up. I realized after a bit that this was not fog, but clouds. We are living above the clouds. A friend of mine came up and I marveled with him about this. "Well, you know what Mixtec means, don't you?" "No," I replied. "It means, the people of the clouds."
Long before I started galavanting around Asia I galavanted around the SW US. Some tales. All the dates will be wrong. So I'll keep after the Asia stuff while I wade through the old blogs. This incident predates even those. ...