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... p.m. very peacefully when alone with his wife.
The wake was at a funeral home, something more common in Honduras rather than home wakes. I asked how the poor could afford this and Melo said that the funeral homes offer decent long term payment plans. The service is barely basic. As the dead are buried rapidly the next day, there is no need for embalming and little preparation of the body. The coffin was open for viewing but through a glass top on the inner layer of the ...
... had the day off. I went with three of the Radio Progreso team, my future compadre Josué who took the day off work to drive for us, Iolany, Lesly and Andrés. Josué is married to Jennifer and they have a baby for whom I will be godfather next Saturday. Anyways ... I digress again - ... we traveled to the murder capital of the world San Pedro Sula. The downtown is just like any other large Latin American city, a mixture ...
On families I was talking to one of the community leaders, a woman only a few years older than myself. I am often asked if I have grandchildren - perhaps the grey strands in my hair indicate that I should have some. They feel sorry for me that I don't have grandchildren. This woman has 24 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren, and feels that she will probably live to see her great-great grandchildren.
... it is all worth it. I played 4
games of goalie, 2 against the teacher volunteers and 2 against the Hondurans.
And guess what?? We WON two of our games! And one was against the Honduran
chicas! I was awesome in goal, blocking
close to 20 shots, but holy **** was my team amazing! These girls were so good
I couldn’t believe it. I have never felt so secure playing in goal because I
have never had a team that cared as much.
It was great! ...
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I have a day at home, as Melo has had to go with three others to Tegucigalpa to deal with some legal matters involving ERIC-sj and Radio Progreso. I wish I could have gone along, as at least I could have helped with the driving. Melo is literally exhausted, the demands on him for his time and support are incredible. As usual he was up at 4 am and at the radio station at 5 am for the early morning program with bible readings and ...