Ýou know those days when you've done so many things it starts to feel like you've been through about three days in one, and what you did that morning seems impossibly distant? Yeah...I know that feeling too.
Thanks for the crossed fingers, I am in level 3!!! *double arm pump* I'm holding my own too so far...at least better than the guy next to me.
One of the things I did today was to dash to the weekly market just as it was closing when I got in from BCN....
My favourite market lady and I were talking about her daughter, who I helped with English for a few weeks last year....she is delightful, and going to school from 3pm to 9:45 pm...what a schedule...she is doing the equivalent of the last two years of high school...or community college, I am not sure which. She is doing a course in administration, and business to prepare her for what she has always wanted to do. She wants to be a farmer like her Mom. Cool, eh?
Another generation on the farm, and her Mom is completely delighted that she loves the lifestyle, bringing up plants and animals and caring for their land.
Makes me feel good.
It is also great to know that there are families that care about where the food comes, and care about providing it. Knowing where our food comes and that it has been grown there for generations is good, and sadly, not so easy to find these days.