Panama Day 2: Evening

On Friday evening David came to pick us up at the hotel, along with his wife Arline and their seven year old Ghiselita, and we drove to Amador Causeway for a waterfront dinner at the marina on the Bay of Panama. All of these events are deeply emotional, as they repeat things I did with Minga in November, the week before she died. I wonder if walking this path again with people I care about is part of my ritual of mourning?

2 thoughts on “Panama Day 2: Evening

  1. The journey of grief is full of mixed emotions. It is wonderful that you have people who care about you journeying with you. Minga’s memories are everywhere. You will feel her presence, hear her voice and fill the emptiness in your heart. It is wonderful and painful at the same time. You meant so much to each other, love the transcended culture. Best friends forever and sisters of the heart!

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