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A while ago I was asked to help set up a fundraising site for the nephew of one of my friend’s. I agreed on the condition that the family provided me with details about his condition. Today, I finally completed … Continue reading
Some of the children in town were on a bit of a break from school last week, and there were many of them out and about entertaining themselves in the neighbourhood. Two of the little ones from up the street … Continue reading
It’s mango season. Dusty has trained the pair of vacas that live on the lot next door to her to eat the scraps…in the campo.
The first part of the theme for Photo 101 today is both a noun and a verb. Edge (n): the outside limit, area, or surface; a place or part farthest away from the center of something. Edge (v): give with … Continue reading
When I received the email notification for Blogging U last night SU and I were sitting in the dark of night. When I read aloud that the theme for day seventeen; “Glass, Squared” we both looked towards the front door … Continue reading
A reader sent me a newsletter from a site that he subscribes to as part of his research for his retirement and asked me to comment on it. I am always somewhat dubious about how honest the information is on websites that … Continue reading
I heard this song this past weekend and like an insidious ear worm it’s playing in a continuous loop in my head. But, it’s really got me thinking about attitude. My favorite part isn’t the chorus but this…in the campo. Oh … Continue reading
Approximately 803,760 students began the 2016 school year today in 4,135 buildings, 2/3 of which seem to be falling to pieces. It’s big news today on social media (the pictures below are from the Twitterverse) and the national television channels. … Continue reading
And I wonder where the holes in the sheets come from…