They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I will start with a picture of where we spent a lot of our time last week... No, we are not potty training, both of these girls are potty trained. However, both had Ameobas and DID NOT have bowel control night and day! Rudi joked that he had a "CaCa Factory" with two employees! We were up and cleaning up sometimes every fifteen minutes for three nights in a row...
Want to trade places?????
|My Amazing Cloth Diapers|
|Paula "Just resting"|
|My Inside Dryer|
TODAY was the wonderful day in which we got our passports back with our one year visas. We also completed the process for our Carnet, a national identification card that we all have to have.
We started out the morning by leaving the house at 6:15 to be at SEGIP (Don't know what it stands for sorry!) in time to meet with our lawyer. It was a perfect morning to be up and out. The picture below shows some of the zoo that outside SEGIP is before it opens. There are lines at least five people deep about 200 ft to the right and left of this door. See if you can find Rudi in this "Where's Waldo" type picture... can you spot the Extranjero. One clue, Rudi has on a white shirt with Paula on his shoulders. Okay, another clue...He is behind a Bolivian man and you can just see a corner of his shirt and Paula on top.
|The family with our Awesome Abogada, Janeth!|
|The little boy of the Orange Juice Lady!|
|Pastry filled with meat and veggies!|
|Just because I know you wanted to see what was inside.....|
To really celebrate our Visas and Carnets being done, (I don't know if you know that getting a one year visa is a really big deal here for a North American?) we went to our favorite espresso place here in Cochabamba.
|Waiting for our Raspberry smoothies and Coffee drinks!|
|Myles and Clancy, "Happy Boys"|
|With our Mocha Frappes! In any language....Yummy!|
|Beautiful Paula...feeling better!|