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- A new brand of car in Costa Rica 1 month ago Hi Friends: Just letting you know of a new brand of car in Costa Rica and we happen to have the only model that’s available! Yep, it’s the Ucsoi – made in Korea!
- October is a sad month for family and friends 2 months ago Last year on Halloween, one of my bff’s lost her husband unexpectedly. She was a Halloween nut!!! I know this has been a tough year for her, and I’m hoping that next year will be a little better. Last week, Todd (married to daughter, Amy) lost his father. He was 94 years old – a […]
- It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas! 2 months ago Yesterday, a friend, Jean Marie and I decided to go shopping and take a break from knitting. I have finally found someone down here that loves Christmas and all the decor like I do. So we decided this would be a “check out Christmas stuff shopping trip.” Universal, which is a large...
- Good Times and Great Memories RIP Aunt Frances 5 months ago A little over a year ago I blogged about my Great Aunt Frances turning 100; well, last Friday she passed away at age 101! Can you imagine the things she has seen? She was not ill, her heart just gave out. I read somewhere that our hearts are good for so many beats and I […]
- What a few busy weeks I had in the U.S. 4 months ago Started out in Ft. Myers, FL because Todd, (SIL) had shoulder surgery at the VA hospital. I was impressed! Fairly new hospital. I was the runner to get stuff (ie: paperwork, medications, the sling for his arm). So I spent a lot of time in the lobby listening to the Vets talk about their...
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01:32 AM March 22, 2013
I have really enjoyed reading your blog. My husband and I plan to move to this area of Costa Rica when our house sells. Your information has been both informative and entertaining. I look forward to reading more and hopeful meeting you before too long.
01:34 AM May 26, 2014
I would like to know about the interest in quilt making in Costa Rica. Are there stores with materials? Do quilting clubs exist? Is there an authentic "style" of quilting in Costa Rica? How many of the local people are involved in quilting? Thank you for your time and help in answering these questions. Barry :)