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Halfway Through Panama

How quickly the time has gone! We've been here for a month now, and it will already be hard to go.

We went to Mireya's for lunch today and Mireya said (in Spanish), "Oh good! I was thinking you left the country already!"

She seemed happy that we were here for another month and we talked about our trip to Las Tablas. I don't want to talk much about the Great Panamanian Road Trip of 2008, since Todd is writing a post about it and I'm making a video about it (check back this weekend), but I will say this - it was great!

Adoption Journey, Day 24

On The Lunde Adoption Blog 2014

Sunday, October 5.

Today was the fourth Ciclovía (see Day 3) since we arrived in Colombia. Mom went running (in her new Nike running shoes that she bought yesterday) and ran 10 km on this warm and sunny morning! She said that her knee still hurts, so the last half of her run was partly walking, but still this proves that she is well on the way to a full recovery!

The remainder of the family walked down to the stadium, where we played some ball and watched the roller skate school for kids practice. I wanted to sign up, or at least to do the first, free lesson, but they told me I have to bring my own roller skates, helmet, and knee and elbow protection. We checked prices for that and decided it is too costly (over 300 000 pesos for the complete equipment) to buy just for the few weeks we have left here. (At home I already have all that, but I didn't bring it to Colombia.)

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