TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post.
Friends, I am traveling, a long journey. Hardly something of a breath between the lines is released today, no Internet, no mobile signal, nothing! Between building a model of local development, complementary to a land use plan and deluded things like that I will spend all week … and the end of its ribs.
Heart: man, you just have to see the last two drafts. You’re since the nostalgia until the delirium of two glasses of wine on an empty stomach.
Cholesterol: 5.7, difficult with the egg, chorizo and fried beans with pig’s butter from the tropical west.
Pressure: Normal, but they banned me the adrenaline, unnecessary unless I’ll need to drive more than 6 hours, if I don’t want to end up sleeping in one zacatera (*) again.
Time: A few days of a great holiday, a pity that it can not be the whole week.
Work: A success the 5 consultations of cadastral values, it’s a pleasure to have human resources of this quality. One of four got shaked (**) because the Major hesitated a second.
Extras: A pity that one of the pupils tucked half a foot; well, something else, almost. But well, it would be a regret not to support him.
Smoked: It’s running G! Tools, an inspiration so that the Geospatial Administrator can operate from Bentley Map, with a premeditated plan to only select the user’s interest.
With everything or nothing, I’ll be back in a few days to civilization.
(*) zacatera. It’s the name of a bird (Sturnella magna) that lives on a prairie full of herbs called zacate. In the post, the author alludes to this grassland.
(**) chiripiorca. It’s a word that alludes to a great attack, perhaps a heart attack. A TV character named ‘El Chavo’ used it.