LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||26/AGO/2010 10:06 PM|
Well, I went and just came back. Many things happened there.
It was really scary to the boy, they had to sedate him twice; the first wasn´t enough
once he complained, blame his mommy that she had brought him to there and had blind him (two effects of the medicines/anestetics, the blurry sighting and the irritation...), he passed the day fed up, even well after the surgery.
Coming back, in Abreu e Lima (a city near Recife) we stopped to buy some painkiller, he was feeling dizzy and feeling like throwing up, but that thanks God it doesn´t happened, we laid him down and he slept all the travel.
My wife wasn´t used to the trip, and was worried about the velocity (never less than 80 km/h most of time), and with the trucks passing in the opposite direction we were going. In part of the roadway they passed some centimeters of us, and there was no way to widen the gap, once in the righ side there was no tarmac, there was no curb to go. Just an inclination of 20 or 25 centimeters down to the right.
Anyway, it was a good trip, and we arrived in one piece and glad.
Thank you all for your interest and patience with me.
Thanks, thanks, thanks.
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