Nuestra Neuva Vida


In Quito. Gus is a bit ‘off’ with all of the changes and the elevation. Plus early on in the trip and on a few occasions since (like once a week) I really needed his help in Spanish with something important, like things that I would not typically ask of my kids: ‘please explain that I don’t have a PIN number, I would like a cash advance!’, ‘tell her we just want it notarized and yes we are a family even though we have different names.’,’double check ,but I think she said that you are going to the school tomorrow, we will drop you off at 7:20am, but I have no idea what happens next because they have not given you a schedule and they do not let parents come into the building once the school year starts except by appointment’…what?!, it’s true. Growing up fast.