Yesterday, we went to see Marco, the Yogi food guy. Jill was amazed her over the phone directions got us to his operation. Marco is very nice and loves making new delicious things. He also teaches yoga and meditation. As you can imagine we all got along well. Jill offered to do a little website work for him. We or she will go have tea with Marco and his wife this afternoon to talk more.… Read the rest
Our teacher looked like Don Quijote. Instead of a pot on his violently subdued grey hair he wore a black beret. Of course a beard and mustache matched the hair and fit his craggy face to a Tee. He taught extemporaneously, preferring, like our everyday experience, to lay it all on us at once.
I realized quickly and I think so did he that I didn’t understand a lot of his Spanish.… Read the rest
Jill and I kayaked to the four-winds marina. We were going to the store to see if they had toothbrushes. I dropped Jill’s toothbrush on the floor and she wanted a new one. I needed a new one too. In the creek outside the marina we saw a piece of lumber bobbing in the water. We grabbed it and decided to put it up on the seawall so no one would hit it.… Read the rest
Jill is outside on her computer. I’m inside on my computer. Today is Tuesday, that means we walk down the street to get the weekly Eagle. Its a highlight. Seven days until we leave for Cancun. Technically eight but its a very early flight. Yesterday we got our last immunization shot. Now we are just packing and tying loose ends. Yesterday we agreed to volunteer at a chocolatier outside Antigua, Guatemala next month.… Read the rest