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... country to see the quirks and needs associated with each area. It is an inspired program that people, members or not, need. It is a great mini course on how to run a business, or start a business, or get an education and make the most of it. All to become self sufficient. I think we all need those courses.
There are many non members taking advantage of these classes, they are free and effective. We see people each ...
... to cook the rotisserie chicken, the guard at the school, the people from the bus stop, all "buen dias". A rhythm I love. Our work day is much the same, I man the computers, assign the work, make the spreadsheets. Scotty manages walk-ins, phone calls and talks with the participants. It works, maybe a little too well.
As I stood on my balcony this ...
... wander our neighborhood and gather in the supplies and necessities of home, I think of the wonders of progress, then wonder if they are indeed progress.
I have had a hard time cooking here for several reasons. Think of heading to a store and not knowing what anything says. I translate my grocery list before heading to the store now. Ingredients are different, not bad, ...
... pot holes, not a single water meter cover remains on the sidewalk, which creates a deep hole, they are uneven and wearing out. It would really be nice to spend more time watching the life around us, but it takes copious concentration to avoid disaster while walking. But these girls are my shoe soul sisters.
There is a beautiful politeness here. Buen Dia - good morning, always a "permiso" or "excuse me please". Such a ...
... trek through town, only to be rewarded with the same result. No money. It was then when I (Vero) had a little panic attack in the street (tears were not far off) because I already saw myself begging strangers for money or calling the German embassy. Not sure I am really cut out for this trip….yet ;) Another kind stranger then told us there was a 3rd bank in town, up the hill, Santander !!! So off we go ...