Writing has been difficult these last few weeks. I’ve been distracted by daily life. Rather than wander Cuenca viewing life through my camera, I’ve been busy shopping for a new lamp shade, and someone to repair a tablet. Where once I felt as if every moment was a dream of the imagination, my routine is developing in a more established pattern. There was a time when all I could do was champ at the bit for sunrise so I could record the wonders that surround me, now I occasionally wait for the cafe to open. For cafe con leche. For…
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