Posted by Tracy López
Our return flight is Friday morning. I keep daydreaming about what would happen if I just didn’t show up at the airport.
Posted on August 4, 2011, in Corazón, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.
Te Busco.. :) Te extrano regressate pronto ya perdiste el primer parte del Flor la Puta …o salvaje como quieras decir …
beautiful foto!! can’t wait to read your stories!! I’d still read your blog if you didn’t return :) great thing about writing, you can do it anywhere!
Que bonita tu foto! Y las caras estan tan felices :) I can see why you want to stay! I agree with Susan, you can write anywhere!!
You both look so relaxed and happy!
I can’t tell you how many times I had the “missed flight” fantasy.
Beautiful picture! I have been wondering how you were doing!
Ay amiga! Sounds like you enjoyed this trip a whole lot more than your last one, and that makes me very happy for you! :) Can’t wait to read all about it. :)
What? No tears? lol You both look so happy! Abrazos hermana! Safe travels. I can’t wait to read all about the trip. ♥
Great pic! :) I wonder si vas a venir con tu caja de pollo campero LOL
Ah…como me puedo ese cuento. Y cada vez que vengo, se me complica mas.
Safe travels amiga!
Opino igual que Cheleguanaco! pero amiga…. ten por seguro que sea cuando sea, tu 2do país y los guanacos, te estaremos esperando con los brazos abiertos (y con muchas pupusas CON LOROCO).
Te has llevado lindos recuerdos, mantenlos cerquita de tu corazón y así, vivirán por siempre!
Ya know, you could pass for Latina in that picture… maybe you SHOULD stay… Glad your trip went so well! A little jealous here in Baltimore.
I’m all caught up on your posts from my own trip! Glad to see you had a good time, can’t wait to hear about the details!
(And I love how your son flapped his wings…he DID learn how to fly!)
What a beautiful picture! I can’t blame you for wanting to stay! :)
About Carrion, I’m from Honduras that is a honduran store and yes it is the last name of the owner and its written liike its said there is a proper noun and is has a i not a y so dont ger confused.. that a millinoary store..
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