|Sea of Cortes, Baja, California.|
So he said, "Yes."
Olivia's two dogs on the other hand were well-behaved. I told Aidea's dog once, "Gallete." (Shut up in English.) And Aieda said, "No. He needs to be free."
Earlier in the day, Aieda told me the most interesting story. She said it was in her family that they could sell anything and that her grandparents used to sell candy and dresses in Mexico City. One day, a rich businessman partnered with her grandfather in a candy making business. But after the businessman stole her grandfather's recipe, he kicked him out of the business. So, he had to come back to Mexico City and start all over.
"I don't know," she said. "But what's crazy, is that one of the grandchildren of my grandfather, and one of the grandchildren of the businessman ended up marrying each other in another part of Mexico three generations later."
The people listening were impressed with the story.
We talked about forgiveness.
|Me hitchhiking back with Alexander and his father|