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resonate (v) Produce or be filled with a deep, full, reverberating sound. Evoke images, memories, to produce a positive feeling, emotional response, or opinion. (Of an idea or action) meet with agreement. Technical, produce electrical or mechanical resonance. An idea or … Continue reading
Call me weird… Sometimes it is the little things that bring a feeling of contentment to this sentient being. For instance finishing a big tub of dishwashing paste brings with it a new tub in a different scent and a new … Continue reading
A shot from the first day of the annual fishing tournament that took place this weekend…in the campo.
La Arena is a small town just outside Chitre about an hour away from us. There is an old post where I wrote about the town of many pots and clay items here if you’d like to take a boo at … Continue reading
Esperanza (fem noun) 1. desire a. hope 2. something or someone that gives hope a. hope The Atlantic runs a short film video series on their website. Recently it published today’s video, “From Panamanian Gang Members to City Tour Guides” as part … Continue reading
This last Dry Season took a terrible toll on the plants and grass in the campo. We noticed it particularly in our back garden where, despite SU’s best efforts the grass began to die away. When Wet Season came we … Continue reading
I didn’t have any time to take photos at the market fundraiser that was held for the animal group last Saturday so I asked my friend to send me some of the photos that she took. She sent them to me … Continue reading
Frame: a basic structure that underlies or supports a system… I have mentioned in previous posts that we are experiencing a building boom on our little street. One of the structures is a little church directly across from us. The … Continue reading
Panama City isn’t one of the largest cities I’ve ever been it but is does suffer from urban sprawl. The roads are in poor condition, there is a lack of traffic lights and traffic enforcement and there are only certain … Continue reading
This was driving in front of us on Friday morning. The roof ornament was making quite a racket…in the campo.