I always take life with a grain of salt… plus a slice of lemon… and a shot of tequila.
I received the following for posting:
Thanks Don for posting this,Free Kittens looking for a new home. They were rescued off the street coming up the hill from David about 10 days ago.
They are approx. 7-8 weeks old. They are both girls, no fleas, are playful, friendly, getting fat and lots of purring going on.They play together and keep each other company, would like to keep them together.call Carol Zulla @ 6-708-6318 or firstname.lastname@example.orgThanksCarol
The time is 6:12 A.M. as I begin to write this post. I haven’t been able to sleep since my cell phone rang at 5:30 A.M. This post may ramble a bit, so bear with me. If there are a lot of errors, forgive me. I will edit it more later.
Let me begin by asking each of you that have moved to Panama or who contemplating moving to Panama to ask yourself one question, “Who is my Angel?”
You probably remember that I posted a request recently about a missing person. In doing it, I only posted a photo because the U.S. Embassy could only grant me permission to post the photo and not the name. I should also mention that my post came four days after the Embassy had originally called me asking for help, because it took that long to get authorization for me to use the photo.
I even got some grief from a Boquete Ning group because the Embassy was asking for help and would not give the name. I have to admit that it annoyed me to read the comment, which I look at as an attack on the Embassy when any intelligent person would have looked at the photo and said I know him or I don’t. If I’d don’t know his photo, what good would me having read his name have done. Not a damn thing.
The post, however, did it’s job. I received one call from the U.S., from my friend Tom McCormack, who knew him and told me where he typically hung out and where I might find him or friends that knew him. Continue reading Who Is Your Angel?
I used to be indecisive. Now I’m not sure.
Sundays in David offer fewer choices for a nice Sunday lunch. One I try to go to often is El Rincón Libanés.
The decor is nicely done and puts you in the mood for the style of food that you have to choose from.
Lilliam chose some of the special appetizers and especially enjoyed the felafel. Continue reading El Rincón Libanés Revisited
There’s a fine line between cuddling and holding someone down so they can’t get away.
You are kindly invited to the performance of the Panama National Symphony Orchestra on Friday, April 15th, Los Naranjos Gym, Boquete, 7:00 p.m. Please invite your friends and do not miss this unique opportunity, absoluteltly free of charge.
Estan Coordiamente Invitados a la Presentacion de la ORQUESTA SINFONICA de Panama, en Boquete, viernes 15 Gimnasio Los Naranjos 7.00pm entrada Gratuita….pasen la voz, sta unica oportunidad, no la perdamos…
Some cause happiness wherever they go. Others whenever they go.
We are hosting a special event in Da-Li this Sunday 17th April (time 12 NOON).
With authentic mexican food, prepared by Mexican Chef
Ticket price- $8 – includes food and drink
Expect great music and entertainment
Da-Li is located on the airport road (via aeropuerto), two blocks from the main police station, in the direction of the airport.
There is a limited number of tickets available for sale at the cafe.
Please call 65508640 for more details.
Vamos a organisar una dia especial este Domingo – 17-4-11 en Da-Li
Una Parrillada Mexiacana
Tenemos solamente 50 boletas para este evento. Si quieres comprar una boleta, ven para Da-Li este semana, o llama 65508640
Gracias y saludos