Table 106


#1

Wil…


#2

Chicken lol


#3

I’ve had too much to drink. I just spent the evening in a tiny bar in my tiny town in the Andes. I don’t do this very often anymore. Perhaps I should.

We met some guy who works with my woman. He hates it and wants to move back to Medellin. The bartender was a really beautiful Venezolana who fled to Colombia for survival and has made a good life for herself in Mosquera but hopes to return to Venezuela one day. I really like these people. Right now sobriety seems overrated.

We are talking about moving to Cali and I really wonder if that’s a mistake. Life doesn’t get any better than it is right here in Mosquera.


#4

I’ll drink to that!


#5

I agree! Cheers!!

Where’s “the woman” now?


#6

Why would you think it a mistake? No view to Jesus? :wink:


#7

I went to a tiny hotel bar last night. I like to watch people lol


#8

Well this was fun! We should do it again…someday lol


#9

Just for the record, “my woman” is how you say it in Spanish. Mi mujer. It is not meant disrespectfully. And to answer your question, she’s asleep.

I no longer think it’s a mistake to move after a good night’s sleep. There is limited time left. Might as well do everything and see everything if we can.


#10

What makes you think there is limited time left?


#11

I never considered “my woman” to be disrespectful but then, I didn’t call her “my woman” because that’s not what you usually call her. I actually prefer you call her “my woman.”

Or even by name!

Mi mujer “My wife”. That’s pretty!


#12

I’m 53. I expect another 10 years of reasonable health. I hope for 20. I’m prepared to die tonight.


#13

If you knew you were going to die tonight, what’s the last thing you would do?


#14

Nothing dramatic. Go for a walk with Isa in the main park of our our tiny little town.

What would you do?


#15

No smartass. Just got home from hospital. Will be happy to fight later on.


#16

Shave! lol


#17

Oh sweet! You brought your mood music. Looking forward to it!


#18

What was the hospital trip for?


#19

For about 2 days.


#20

Oh sorry! I didn’t realize you were still receiving your enema.