I told them they at least had to say ¨truco o trato¨ o trick or treat if they wanted the precious candy corn that Joanna had brought over. It became a chain effect - one kid came and stared long enough that I asked him if he wanted candy then he told his friend and his friend told his brother, etc, etc about the crazy white lady that was giving out candy and lighting up pumpkins.
Plenty to celebrate on Ometepe October 31st 2008 Happy (belated) Halloween! Feliz dia de brujas!
Happy Day of the Dead! (today, November 2)
Happy almost election day!
If you missed it, here is my most recent column article in the Bainbridge Review:
For my english conversation group this week I bought I pumpkin and we carved it together (well, i mostly carved it, struggling, as they watched - the pumpkin skin is thicker down here!) I have li ... read more
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