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... filling the night I knew for sure that this is a place where I belong.
I thought of my closest friends back home in Sweden who would have laughed if they saw me here, in a whole crowd that was singing Llorona, in a warm balmy tropical night, surrounded by happy, creative, and truly wonderful people.
This is a song that normally “happens” when I’ve happened to have a tequila or two too many. Somewhere before belting out Paloma ...
... chocolate diminish, revealing the soft white interior which fate was to have a party in my mouth… Chocolate dancing salsa with vanilla - uno, dos, tres!
Today I started with a jog along the canal and then I went shopping in the markets. There were flowers and food and people everywhere, more than usual as tomorrow is the big celebration of “Día de los muertos” – a Mexican holiday that is ...
... all, I did learn my lesson as I pressed the switch for the bathroom light and it made this loud noise it often does, and it had me jumping like a frightened mouse, almost landing in a defensive kung-fu pose with a loud “whooooaaachaaaa”!!!
But all in all it wasn’t so bad.
After many years of questioning the meaning of life, stuck in a country with a climate that makes me want to sleep like a bear, feeling very lost and incarcerated behind ...
... and singing and all playing an instrument which we had to choose before entering with a bow of respect. And no, I’m not talking grand-pianos, tubas, and cellos here, there were flutes, maracas, and other small noise-making-devices which I don’t know the name of. I didn’t sing along much, as I felt silly trying to imitate the words I didn’t quite get, like when I was a child and thought Michael Jackson sang in “The Girl is mine” ...
... a course to follow.
(Where do you want to take this, what do you want out of it?)
3. Agree upon time and depth limits.
(Do you just want to play a little, or do you want to go real deep ((using a lot of air)) and feel the pressure but perhaps enjoy an adventure?)
4. Establish and review communications.
(Communication is a must. The subtleties are extremely important)
5. Establish ...