It is 8:12 am. Already today, we’ve been to the market (which started at 6 am) and experienced a few things I don’t want to forget.
First, I saw a HUGE cow at KFC. Chick-fil-a adverts have nothing on seeing an actual heifer standing in line outside of a chicken restaurant.
Second, I saw a one-eyed Rastafarian look Jacelyn up and down. Normally, that makes me pretty upset, but it only made me half as mad because, technically, isn’t that only half as bad? I dunno.
We finally heard the conch shells being blown to get everyone’s attention.
Last up for the morning is an exciting new find in the world of food services. It’s not McDonald’s, but it’s sooooo close…..
Now that the groceries are safely stowed and the fresh tuna is frozen, we’re off to a river hike. We’re so blessed to be able to enjoy these last few days before Jacelyn begins 14-hour study days and I start handwashing all the laundry and getting involved in the local ministries! Thank you, Ross University, for offering free tours this first week!!! On to the next thing…….
That is too funny.
I am so excited for you both. It’ll be fun to hear all your stories. I’m sooooooo jealous – in a good way – of you two being in the Carib.