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domingo, junho 13
A DAY IN HELL
My day was all planned:
8:00 - drive girls to school
9:00 - go with GC to the dolphinarium
11:00 moroccan bath at Dessange
Plans not always come true, and I confess my day was a bit different from this.
After waiting for a long time ( I keep telling her it is to hot and there is no need to cook our skin before the scrub), I hear her coming back from one of her escapades.
- Where were you?
- What are you doing here? Who are you? and what do you want?
- I am here for the sauna.
SAUNA?? In my moroccan bath room? No way, Jose.
I kicked her out with no remorse. When my therapist arrived, I was fuming. The procedure has several objectives. It relaxes you, cleans your body and gets rid of the dead skin. Of course I could not relax any more. I kept thinking what did she really want... what was she doing in my room?
- in an impasse, the arab is always right
- if there is a problem, the arabs will come along and stick out for the other arab
- every time there was a crash, the forener was wrong, and the arab right, even when it was not true!
When I come back, the Station had changed. It was a big party with everyone laughing, chatting and having a good time. When I look closer, I notice Francine is the centre of attention (why it does not surprise me??)
When she comes over and gives me a hug, the policeman say:
- Ah! You are all friends?
- No. I am her buddy ( Francine explains and point at me)
The arabs were all very confused because since I left the Police Station, my French friend and the lady who was in the accident with me, became best friends. In another post I will make sure I tell this tale in detail, because Francine is someone out of these world.
I was starving. I did not have breakfast and until then, did not have a single thing to bite. Fran and I went to the supermarket, ate something very quickly at the food court and went our separate ways.
My head was so sore, I could swear there was a whole tribe of native Brazilians playing drum inside it.
I am sure tomorrow will be a better day