An ordinary weekend here
Hello beloved friends,
This weekend I stayed here so this was an ordinary weekend as I cannot go to the countryside for awhile.
As usual, we went to the beach for playing “frescobol”. What’s this word in English?
It was in ItapuŃ, the beach of my childhood here in Vila Velha city. I don't have the notion of how many times I’ve spent the afternoons looking at the sea when I had any problem to think about. It really works. I can vouch for that.
The beach was full of beans. And there were running competitions there.
The paragliding competition was full of emotion and turned the sky so colourful.
There were three guys from Sweeden. Their performance was brilliant. I would take a picture with them if I wasn’t shy to ask them for that. What would they think if I asked?
My son has no problem to do that (he’s a boy). He took a picture with a Brazilian competitor whos was also good in the acrobatic show. His loopings over the water were marvellous.
Naheed, I have already tried yoga and it’s really relaxing. It’s too much zen for me but It’s indeed highly recommended.
It seems that we are all a community of people who likes keeping healthy. More and more I feel strongly connected to you all. Here are some links that maybe you’ll enjoy. The first one is for reading. Basically everything about health and wellbeing. The second one is a variety of interesting issues. It’s for reading and listening(trancript included) as well as the third and fourth. The third says everything about philosophy. The fourth is my favourite. I love debates like the existing there. Just read/ listen the fifth that is one of the programs and see how vivid it is.
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Ana Paula, I have been trying every day. The problem is that they give the tickets to have the vaccination early in the morning when I’m already working. When I arrive there, there’s no more ticket and now it’s worse...there’s no more vaccine until they send more to my state. But there’s nothing to worry about. I’m not going to the countryside anymore. Of course, if I join the facebook, I’ll add you there.
Anita, here is my tongue twister:
“ Please, Paul , don’t play ping-pong in this place. PLIN-PLOIN, PLIN-PLOIN. As plain as a pikestaff, he plonked a pile of plates.” :-D
Leila, I feel the same you feel inside the pyramid when I’m inside the airplane. Maybe I’m a bit of a claustrophobic too.
Namaste Satya, I’m glad to see you here over again. Life is creative.
Hi Yumi, pleased to see you around here. I’m also spending money but it’s on my son’s books and materials for school. He’ll start studying after the carnival.
Stephen, the way you describe haggis, it sounds so strange to me. Do you have a picture? You always with this sophisticated taste for classic music. I think I haven’t been educated to feel and understand fully this kind of music as you seem to have been. It’s a shame because I’m sure I’d love it.
Pary, I’ve read your comment. Thanks, you are very nice.
Sinwal from Nepal, Antonio from Belgium, Marianna from Slovakia, Paco and MercŔ from Spain, what have you all been doing?
I’m also missing Soyoung, the sweet girl from Corea. Where are you? And the student blogger from Peru. It was the first student blog I’ve read. I’m worried if he’s well.
James, your message: BE GOOD says everything. Nothing more to declare.
Amy, there's nothing better than having a massage. I used to do shantala in my baby. Do you know how to do it?
Amy and Lewis, here are some moments of parenting that you are having or are going to have soon. A good mother or father is always present in the little moments of the children; is the best friend sharing the happiness and sorrows of the children and is like a port where the children may come back whenever he needs support. Congratulations Lewis! I wish good luck. Have fun.
It’s all, friends. Later we’ll keep in touch. Good night! Or good morning?
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