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I love boomerang.
My fervent and sometimes tearful prayers were answered and the whole “driving a manual transmission on ridiculous Quito hills” problem/fear was OWNED last week.
I’m excited that we have enough air miles to go home for Christmas!
Fitbit has changed my aerobic life.
I walked out of our neighborhood by myself for the first time a few days ago. Heh. Came back with a dozen eggs in a bag and a new Christian friend named Sophia.
Mike and I super love our house and we will share pictures soon (I know I keep saying that).
I couldn’t stop grinning on Monday of this week because it was literally the first “perfect” work day I’d had available to me in 2 months. This whole week, I’m home with nothing to do but work and that THRILLS me.
I am thankful that Quito has slow cookers, because we’ve been in our house a month now and the landlords still have not sent a technician to fix our oven.
Quito may be much more modern than Arequipa but they still have a few backwards-isms… Our latest favorite is the internet company cutting our internet – Mike said we’d only been in the house five days and we didn’t receive a bill and they explained that’s because their printer is broken.
Yes, that was their final answer.