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... them. Magna was obviously happy to have them close by but still seemed awkward, and they towards her. They have been in this institution for more than a year and surely they know why they are there.
Magna started to bring out the clothing and to fit the children. Most were well chosen but one pair of shoes was too big and another too small, but Magna had been reassured that she could exchange the shoes for a different size.
Eventually that two youngest boys came ...
... and when Antonia returned we said goodbye. Melo had a meeting at 7:30.
This morning on the way to the radio Melo told me that he would be going to the Parish of Suyapa, to preside at the funeral mass as the parish priest was busy. Hmmm - like Melo is not busy?? Melo takes it all easily and he did a terrific job, making the funeral very personal and speaking to the family directly. My comadre Jennifer spotted me in the church and came to sit next to me.
By accepting to be "padrino" Anne Marie and I have entered into the life of this young couple in whom we have much confidence and hope. Josué works as an accountant in a bank, he has almost completed his university degree, and Jennifer is a member of the Radio Progreso team in the Communications department. She manages parts of the internet communications, writes and also works on video and photographic assignments. It was to their small home ...
... with banners and about 5 piñatas filled with candy. The children were anxious for the mass to begin, and end quickly, so that they could get on with the ceremony of the piñata.
Melo was accompanied by a good friend, a priest from Spain who is visiting, but who had previously worked in Tocoa when Melo was a seminarian and there for a pastoral experience and pre-theology studies. The liturgy was organized by a small group of nuns who work in Ocatillo. ...
... at the same place as last year, Mr. Taco, and it was so nice to see everyone all dressed up. The bus ride to the restaurant was hilarious, and by the pictures and sounds you would think we were on a party bus. Have I mentioned how great our group is? Shin, Ana Lucia, Maria, and some of the teachers met us there for dinner and the night just flew by. Sombreros, selfies, and Spanish craziness ensued. I think were there for about 2 hours before we headed back to Villa for the last time. ...