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March 31st, 2007
The beach was calm; the waves subdued. It was easy to walk up to our ankles and knees in the water. More shells than usual were on shore and Coco was stuffing her bag with shiny finds. Then we came along a sand dollar. It was white and had a perfect imprint of the animal, which looked like a flower, in the middle. I only remember seeing a sandollar once in my life, and it was dipped in gold and I wore it as a necklace.
When we got back to our house, Coco told the nanny about our find. The nanny couldn’t believe our luck.
You are so lucky Coco! She said. My mother told me Continue reading »Filed under Costa Rica, Humor, Kids in Costa Rica, Life in Costa Rica, Living in Costa Rica, Susan Lutz (Carmichael) | Comment (0)
March 17th, 2007
Sudoku is taking the country by storm. It’s all the rage. I can’t do it.
For Christmas, my husband got a puzzle-a-day pack of Sudoku. He had no interest in it. I latched on to the gift and though I’d finally found the missing piece to my crossword puzzle fix.
And, I’m not that good at crossword puzzles, but once and awhile, they’re fun. I knew one would be available everyday in the daily newspaper. Now, we don’t get a daily English newspaper, and I certainly am not going to attempt a crossword in Spanish.
I sat down, got my pencil and Continue reading »Filed under Costa Rica, Humor, Life in Costa Rica, Susan Lutz (Carmichael) | Comment (1)
March 10th, 2007
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March 2nd, 2007
So this other car we have, a little French van you can’t get in the States, choked in the middle of driving. The power went out – usually on the freeway. Needless to say, we’ve had it in many, many tallers – garages. No one could find the problem. We lived with the problem on and off for three year. Then, another problem began: it would take about 30 minutes of turning the key before the engine started. Problem was…. Continue reading »Filed under Costa Rica, Humor, Life in Costa Rica, Living in Costa Rica, Susan Lutz (Carmichael) | Comment (0)