Whole lotta work deserves a little play …

After a week of teaching, observing, preparing to teach, cooking, cleaning, and enduring the heat, we all needed a bit of R&R. So various groups of volunteers met up at Samara Beach. After a 7.5 km walk with Kristen (as much for my head as my hips!) I was ready for something cold and a bit of music. Tiffany joined us and I spend time at the beach EXACTLY the way I like. I may have gone into tourist mode and I promise to make amends with all the powers that be that want me to integrate, but that little bit of ahhh is just what I needed!

Kristen, Tiffany and me by way of my stand-in (my ever present fan) in a little bit of paradise on the beach. Cold white wine, tuna tartare with wasabi mayo, and good conversation set in a view that folks pay BIG BUCKS to see!

The tranquility of a beach during siesta … ahhh.
Let the sunshine … might as well give in to the inevitable. It’s hot so let’s go to the beach!

 

Beauty to behold around every corner ... if only our eyes are open. Thankfully, Gaby's were and when I stopped to see why, I couldn't resist.
Beauty to behold around every corner … if only our eyes are open. Thankfully, Gaby’s were and when I stopped to see why, I couldn’t resist.

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Started in Tennessee, spent time in Alabama and made way to Costa Rica after 20 years in Texas. I've focused on communications professionally in the worlds of church, government and nonprofits. Now I'm feeding my longtime love of volunteering as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Costa Rica. Just in case you don't know me very well ... The contents of this website are mine personally and do not reflect any position of the U.S. government or the Peace Corps.

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