Last Sunday I got a little adventurous and drove downtown to the historic district to find an arts and crafts fair. After a couple of false starts and 10 blocks of walking later, I found the exhibit. The trek paid off – I found a lovely older woman who hand weaves napkins, place mats, and table runners. It was worth the rather hot walk until I found the fair!

Monday night we hosted book club on the balcony – a small but lively group!

The rest of the week was pretty non-eventful. I have to admit that Monday, pretty much everyone and everything irritated me at the office, but it soon dissipated. Friday was our friend Nati’s last day, so we bid her and her hubby farewell at Bocas de Cielo for lunch, and a going-away ceremony in the afternoon. They will be missed.

Saturday I worked in the morning, then went to a fabulous spa for a mani-pedi. I loved the Indonesian music – it reminded me of our wonderful vacation in Lomboc.

This morning we got up super-early and walked to the American School where we were volunteers for the Green Race – lots of fun, and I brought home a new palm to plant. Afterward we had a yummy breakfast with Linda and Kerry at Cafeto – I had a delicious omelette with cheese and rajas, strips of delish peppers.

Later in the day, I worked on Mom’s bookkeeping. In the afternoon John and I were able to Skype with her. She looks great!

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