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... to a lot of the people I know who happened to be there that night. For the first time, I took a cab home by myself (since pretty much everyone had already gone back to the USA). It's so ridiculous, really. In the time it took me to get home, because of the lack of direct routes for cars, I could have easily walked home, probably twice. Oh, well.
About a week ago, Rebeca and I had made plans for what we'd do my last day ...
... worked. We all went out on Saturday night since it was our last night of freedom. As I was getting ready I was pleasantly surprised when another friend of my, Elena Maria, showed up at my house. So, after our excitement-filled reunion we headed out to meet up with the others. By this time "the others" included people that had just gotten in and I hadn't seen yet so there was lots of hugs and catching up. We didn't stay out too long because ...
... with Rebeca after church, and then I spent the day doing homework. Sunday night around 7:00 PM Rebeca came into my room and asked me if I wanted to go to Silao's fair with them. I had finished my homework and had just started writing this blog so I decided to go (hence this post being a day late). We jumped into the Exterra (I think) that they have and on the way I was treated to a flashback to my off-roading days on Fraser Island in Australia. ...
... for breakfast and we decided on a bigger meal. I think it's time to down grade! Goodness!
I met Moisés, the husband, at breakfast. He's a jokster, I can tell! At the end of breakfast he said something about not having eaten anything while he tapped his rounded belly. He was going on and on about how he never has anything to eat, and Rebeca told me how his head is always in the refrigerator. Speaking of, as she imitated Moisés with her head ...
... enjoyed this. Bands were setting up
to play. We will hear them tonight as we nod off to sleep. Vendors
were out selling their goods, and families were out visiting, just
like us, except we are from a different country, but treated just
like we belong here.
Cathie is enjoying her book and a nice warm footbath. Kona is out flat on
our bed. It's still warm outside if you're in ...
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