Hola, buen dia.
Here she is, in the west wing....the Tucson new old goodwill tv. We could get her to do nothing when we got her home, but at the Tianguis on Sunday, we bought some very long rabbit ear things and they did the trick.
So while Senor grilled up some rib eyes, I messed with the tv.
I got four channels. Two were showing 'The Simpson's', one was showing a tella novella 'soap opera' and channel four was live from Brasil, with rotating coverage of events from all twelve stadiums there and this is great because now we will not have to go back to Navojoa and stand in the electronics department to watch the World Cup. The security guards did not seem to mind, but I didn't see how we could go back this morning to watch Mexico play Camerun.
It is also very possible that we will get all this on the internet as well. We will know more today.
While Senor grills, the clouds roll across the northern sky and the full moon rises in the east.
For most of this week, a good chance of rain has been predicted for Alamos, on Saturday, but it looks like that moisture has scooted north to the Obregon area and we probably will not see a drop.
There are still a few days left before the contest cut-off date. So, feel free to join in the fun and anticipation of the big storms.
You can get more information in the two earlier posts.
Have a great Friday, the 13th, everyone!