Here we are once again at the birthday party for our nation. It is still early in the day before the noise and hoopla. Our usual round the Island boat race got canceled because of rough water conditions. But our amazing Island fireworks show will go on this evening at dusk like always.
Rebecca, was just telling me that one of her teaching associates is leaving on a two year stint in the Peace Corps to rural South Africa. She is a two time cancer survivor and now seventy years old. So, apparently they do make them like they used too! Way to go Georgia! Think about that Camino for a minute.
We had a whole family here yesterday to walk and they stayed for a tapas get together afterward. Plenty of time for great conversation and sharing. In this group there were three generations, two nurses and a cancer patient all happily traveling together. Obviously a lot of good dynamic going on there. They were here April 12th of this year, we looked it up in the logbook. I am pretty sure that we will see them again down the trail.
Those of us that are the intrepid little flowers that are growing out of our particular cracks in the concrete need to cheer each other on. It is a place that we find ourselves that we as yet don’t totally accept but we are learning to make the most of it no matter what. That is the name of the game so to speak.
OK, the corn calls me. Glad you stopped by loves, Felipe.