Also ¨doctor¨Luis and I as the assistant looked at Dad´s hand. It is ugly, but not so bad as a real doctor could help, so Luis fixed him right up, then pulled out a huge knife. I knew what he was doing so I put a cutting board under Dad´s arm and we argued where we should cut the arm off. I said he could not wear the watch where Luis wanted to cut, so he moved the knifed down a bit and said he could wear it on the knub. Luis and I laughed and laughed, Dad looked stunned at us, then threw his hands up and walked to the living room, he knew we were kidding, I hope. hee hee
This afternoon I took a long siesta, my nights of sleep are very broken listening to noises I am not used and for sleeping lightly to listen for Daddy. So the siesta was wonderful. Now Ana is home to translate and Dad is up and Luis is taking him on a tour of the pool area. Dad has seen it before, but not for years and the olive trees are doing so well, and it is gorgeous. Here are some closeups I did not include earlier:
So adios, from this beautiful country for now, I hope to have time tomorrow to post again. It helps me to remember all the wonderful things I am getting to do. I am so grateful for this opportunity, and for this time spent with my father, and for time with these very beloved people of ours. And all my love to you my dear beloved ones, I miss you and hope that someday we can come back together here.