On This Day

On this day let’s reflect on how fortunate we are to be alive. To be with family and friends. To live in a place where we can express our views freely. To have plenty of food on the table. To have the memory of times gone by. To have the eyesight to see the beauty of nature. To be able to hear the happiness of a bird’s song. To have the opportunity to help others less fortunate than we are.

Chiriquí Chatter wishes all of you that read this message a Merry Christmas. May your hearts be filled with joy and may you have many more days to follow.

8 thoughts on “On This Day

  1. Merry Christmas Don Ray, I’m fan of your website quite a bit, I love to read your blog, this is the first time I’m going to let a comment, I want to let you know that, I appreciate your good words towards David, I’m really thankfull for them.

    I’m from David, but now I live in San Diego for almost 6 years, and I miss my country more than I though I would, in specially in the holidays.

    I wish a Happy Merry Christmas to everyone that read Chiriqui Chatter. specially the ones in David.

    VIVA PANAMA.

  2. Don Ray:
    Feliz Navidad Y Prospero Ano Nuevo! I also thank you for allowing us to glance into our hometown through your eyes from afar.
    Best wishes!
    Jaime (CA)

  3. Hi M, M, M and J. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. You all make CC worth doing. I hope you all had a great day. It was TOOOOOOO hot here in Panama City.

  4. Buenas Don,

    Feliz Navidad from here in San Diego. Thanks for all of your efforts during the year to help keep us connected to our future home in Panama.

    Saludos,

    Dan

  5. Over the past few months I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog. Not only for the wonderful pictures, but also for the interesting insights about living in Panama.

    Today, I’ve launched my own blog about traveling in Latin America. It’s called Travelojos. Here is the link: http://travelojos.com/

    Needless to say, I’ve added your blog to my blog roll. I was wondering if you might reciprocate.

    Cheers,

    Steve Roll

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