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Thursday November 30, 2017
Walking the dogs is therapeutic and even the new dog is behaving herself. I still need to find a home for Nina, PLEASE.
I am up so early with the dogs that bedtime is becoming embarrassingly early.
Today is the anniversary of the accident where I broke my neck and it still grates on me that I have not yet fully recovered. Walking 5 dogs, up to 6 times a day is not helping one bit but I love them all.
This morning was my last physio session until next Wednesday so I have to remember to do my own exercises etc to not lose this positive momentum.
My buddy Gustavo invited me to lunch ad must have read my mind because we went to try the Steak & Eggs special at the Sunrise cafe, with a side order of toast. While it certainly wasn't Alberta beef it was certainly delicious. The restaurant was packed with a lot of friends and acquaintances and we even got joined by MaryAnn and Stan. Thank you Gustavo for giving me the outing I needed today.
Then I came home to prepare for a signing of a Power Of Attorney regarding our upcoming lawsuit against the Government over the Coopera liquidation. I was shocked to get the note last night to come at noon today, and to bring $51 for the Notary (Govt gets 30%) and $20 for a translator, plus copy fees which were exhorbitant. Apparently they were expecting 24 people to be involved, so you can do the math. I was even more flabbergasted when the POA was two pages plus copies of our Cedulas..!! Yes, TWO pages. That just reinforces why I want to get out of this country because of its ridiculous bureaucracy.
My poor wife has been posting messages of despair as they went to have the requiem ceremony at the church in Andalucia. Her reason for living, her only child, is senselessly murdered and it is so unreal to us that anyone could harm this wonderful boy. As I write this, they will be burying that beautiful boy Christian in the ground and I feel so helpless, not to be able to be at my wife's side. The only saving grace is that their family is incredibly tight-knit and they will look after her better than I could in these circumstances. I have to trust them to keep a close eye on my despondent Cristina as the big breakdown is sure to come today. Cristina is accustomed to talking to her son for 22 years so the adjustment will be horrible. Hugs to my darling Cristina.