I hate the part of the conversation where the other person says things.
Raising children takes a village, preferably one with many vineyards.
I received the following request for blood in Mae Lewis.
Alford Martin Lassa is in Mae Lewis Hospital and needs 3 units of A positive blood.
If you can help today or tomorrow, please call Boquete Health Blood Donor coordinators, Tamera Belkenhol @ 6569-4236 or Charlotte Lintz 6693-5005 for further details.
Ugh, who has time to work out?
-I say before a 45 minute nap.>
Tom McCormack said they didn’t win the $30,000. I wanted me to tell everyone thanks for participating.
The tropical storm OTTO in the Atlantic has a possibility of becoming a hurricane in the next couple of days.
Everything I read says that it will most likely be more of a major concern in Costa Rica, but as we all know, the weather isn’t always predictable.
However, if I were in the Atlantis coastline, I would monitor the weather. Travel plans to Costa Rica from Panama or Panama from Costa Rica and even Panama City to David need to be flexible for the next few days.
Several flights have been canceled recently because of rain.
HERE is a site that gives a good visualization of whats happening.
This is the most rain I remember in my 14 years in Panama. It seems like it has been going on for ever. I feel lucky that I live in David and don’t have to travel to get my personal needs satisfied.
2 Minutes from Supermarket Rey, 5 minutes to the major hospitals. You never think about things like this until you start seeing all of the traffic accidents that happen in the rain in Panama.
People drive the same in Panama, whether it is raining or dry. The other day a gasoline truck went off the road and exploded killing all occupants.
The roads are suffering and there are many potholes forming.
Some places wish they only had potholes.
I need you to be spontaneous. Be predictable. I need intimacy. Give me my space. Load the dishwasher. Not like that.