The Day After

We had seven and a half people over for dinner. This is Jackson, the half, he didn’t eat much. He’s a good camper.

I’m back at the hospital for my routine every other Friday visit. All good. Seattle is almost deserted. Traffic a dream. Everyone must be at the mall hey?

Wow, we had a good get together yesterday. 1t was a whole new constellation of personalities than who we have had in the past. That was fun to have happen. And everyone brought so much stuff, we have leftovers for a week. So yea, all good.

I getting pretty excited about picking Catalina up early tomorrow morning from the airport. She is always a breath of fresh air for everyone. I have a feeling that we have a lot of work to accomplish in a day and a half beside drinking wine and eating leftovers. Oh man, turkey sandwiches with lots of mayo, I’m ready.

Then the showing of Phil’s Camino on Vashon coming up. How cool is that. There is a lot of response on FB, so that’s good. And I think that folks are coming from the hospital too. I would so love to pack the Vashon Theatre. It would be great to make some money and put a dent in expenses and have a good time too.

So things are cooking here, keeping the Camino energy going for ourselves and everyone around. Isn’t it great that we have this calling and have the energy to pursue it. Really I don’t know what I would be doing now if I would not have this to concentrate on, to focus on. Probably be worrying myself to death over one thing or another.

Have to tell you that Cris in Buenos Aires even did a little Thanksgiving celebration down there yesterday. She has had a Camino buddy from the States visiting so they rigged up some kind of deal. Maybe they have a pic for us.

Well that’s about it for today, sort of in between things. So, good to be with you again. I’ll take off for now and try and find some lunch around here. See you tomorrow, leftover loves, Felipe.

2 thoughts on “The Day After”

  1. Ohhhhh!!!!!! I am blushed!!! Gracias!!! We had a great time having our Argentinian Thanksgiving dinner at home for my Camino friend Pat from Boise, Idaho. My youngest nephew explained to her “This is not Turkey, this is chicken” (in very proper English at age 8!) and after that went on with a classic: “Do you like chicken or pasta?” We all laughed! They have experience flying to the US!!! So our Thanksgiving had chicken, an Argentinian gravy, smashed potatoes and smashed pumpkin with apple pie as dessert. It was a great dinner but even more the opportunity to share and be grateful. There were no pictures but will ensure to get some before my Camino friend leaves.

    I have lots to comment! Will continue in the other posts! Love to all my Vashoners friends!

    1. Cris ~ it is so fun thinking about how you put together a Thanksgiving dinner down there. We are still working on our turkey as we had soup tonight. It was a twenty pound bird so we are getting lots of meals out of it. So is Pat having a good time exploring? Felipe.x

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